Author Archives: Theo Nestor

New Section of Writing Is My Drink Webinar Starts Sept 4th!

This September I’ll be teaching the webinar based on the book Writing Is My Drink: A Writer’s Story of Finding Her Voice (And a Guide to How You Can Too), and I’d love for you to join me. In Writing … Continue reading

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Sometimes, a Little Entitlement Can Be a Good Thing

Seventeen years ago today, I was waiting for a miserable summer to end so September would FINALLY arrive and I could FINALLY start the MFA program I couldn’t believe I had actually been accepted into.The program, I knew, would be the … Continue reading

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The Reason to Find Your Voice Is So You Can USE It

For the last four years, the place all my work has circled around has been this thing, this force, this process called “finding your voice.” It started here, really, when this Writing Is My Drink blog came into being in … Continue reading

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Teaching News from Theo

Hi Readers, Here’s the latest news on my writing classes. I’m teaching a new section of the Writing Is My Drink Webinar starting September 4th. I had so much fun teaching this new class based on my book Writing Is … Continue reading

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Cora Lucille Lindholm’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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Enrollment Open: Memoir Essentials Webinar with Theo Pauline Nestor

The current session of Memoir Essentials is now closed. New session dates will be announced in September. Enrollment is now open for the Writing Is My Drink Webinar, which begins September 4th. “What happened to the writer is not what … Continue reading

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Getting Past “Write Every Day” Writing Advice

When I was in my 20s and 30s and wanting to be a writer (and yet not quite, um, writing), the only type of writing advice that seemed to come my way was some version of Hemingway’s credo “You must … Continue reading

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