"It's as if a great bird lives inside the stone of our days and since no sculptor can free it, it has to wait for the elements to wear us down, till it is free to fly." Mark Nepo

Saturday, September 4, 2010

An Invitation



A year ago a seed was planted in a writing class that grew into an amazing partnership from which a series of successful memoir writing classes blossomed. Please come see what's new with Writing the Breathings of Your Heart, and consider joining me this fall.

12 comments:

Carrie Link said...

That picture is really cool. Here's to an amazing partnership that is simply shape-shifting.

love.

Kathryn Magendie said...

cool...will go check it out!

Patti Lacy said...

Very cool! My schedule cannot hold another thing!!!
But I know it will be a blast!

Terri Tiffany said...

I just taught a course in this to some retired missionaries:) The hardest part was getting them to write at a regular pace. But I so enjoyed their stories!

Wanda said...

I hope your roster is soon full!

Tabitha Bird said...

Deb, you are amazing. I am so glad you are still teaching this class. I will link to it on my blog. I am thinking of joining you again. What do you think? Would I be a good fit? I really enjoyed the last one and am currently waiting on three pieces I have submitted form that course. I enjoyed it. But I don't know. I am nervous. I am re-writing my memoir for the fifth time as you know, on an invitation to resubmit the re-write from an agent.... not much pressure or anything! Sheesh! :)

But I know I have much to learn. You are a great teacher... I'll have to have a think about where I can pull some money from. I'll get back to you :)

Jan said...

Like Tab, I loved the first class and am thinking about joining up again. (If only money really did grow on trees...)

For anyone here who is considering it, I say, go for it! It was wonderful, it was fulfilling, I learned a ton. And it was fun.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Putting linkage up this Writerly Wednesday. Kudos!

Suzy said...

I know I sound like a commercial, but I took Deb's classes and it gave me a whole new twist on the book I'm working on. It gave life to my manuscript and things turned around amazingly.

Bloggers...do this one thing and watch your mind and heart open beyond your wildest dreams.

Love

Suzy

K.M. Weiland said...

Don't you just love experiences like that? Who knows where those little seeds can go! Great pic, BTW.

kario said...

Love. You were born to be a teacher, my friend.

Kathryn Grace said...

OOoooh. Lucky, lucky students who get to immerse themselves in your class for eight weeks. What a joy that must be. Perhaps one day ...