How to Make Fear Your Writing Companion

Sep 1, 2011

My friends Patti Digh and Susan Piver and I met up on Skype last week to plan our September writing retreat. While we were there, we discoursed in helpful and hilarious ways on how to make fear, if not your friend, certainly somebody you can write along side of.

Isn’t that a great idea – not thinking that fear will go away but that it doesn’t have to stop you. I hope you’ll enjoy us and be sure and admire my pillows – turns out my bed was the only place I could get a decent Internet signal that day.

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