Author Archives: Theo Nestor

Cyber Monday Only: Get Your Writing Is My Drink Writer’s Gift Box for just $119

Hi Readers, If you’ve been thinking of taking one of my webinars, you might want to mark this Monday on your calendars as it will be a rare opportunity to purchase webinar registration at the discounted price of 119 dollars … Continue reading

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Add the Writing Is My Drink Writer’s Gift Box to Your Wish List!

Whether you’ve been naughty or nice this year, you might want to get a boost up on your New Year’s writing resolutions with the Writing Is My Drink writer’s gift box, which includes admission to the Writing Is My Drink … Continue reading

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Jan Child’s 26-Minute Memoir

Hi Readers, In 2009 I started a blog called 26-Minute Memoir and started publishing 26-Minute Memoirs–stories that describe the essence of your life written in 26 minutes–from students, friends, Facebook and blog followers. In my book Writing Is My Drink: … Continue reading

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Getting More Writing From Yourself–Without the Use of Force

I am against forcing myself to do things that I supposedly enjoy doing. I’m against force, rules, and quotas because I reliably get terrible results every time I forget that “being disciplined” doesn’t work for me. When I tell myself … Continue reading

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Zeenat Arsiwalla’s 26-Minute Memoir

Hi Readers, In 2009 I started a blog called 26-Minute Memoir and started publishing 26-Minute Memoirs–stories that describe the essence of your life written in 26 minutes–from students, friends, Facebook and blog followers. In my book Writing Is My Drink: … Continue reading

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Shakuntala Rajagopal’s 26-Minute Memoir

Hi Readers, In 2009 I started a blog called 26-Minute Memoir and started publishing 26-Minute Memoirs–stories that describe the essence of your life written in 26 minutes–from students, friends, Facebook and blog followers. In my book Writing Is My Drink: … Continue reading

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Seven Tips for Better Writing Groups

A rocking writing group can be the wind beneath your wings, your port in a storm, your Rock of Gibraltar, your Cheers where everybody knows your name, and every other cliché about feeling both safe and inspired. A strong writing group … Continue reading

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