by Sheila Stephens
How exciting it is to announce that my fun new writing book, ADVENTURES IN WRITING 101, is now available on amazon.com! I hope it brings everyone years and years of enjoyment as writing dreams come true. I also look forward to the Writer’s Talks and Workshops I’ll give to groups along my writer’s path. You can book them through email at FlowersOfTheSpirit.com. Thanks to everyone who helped me along the way!
Under this popular master teacher’s guidance your writing will take off and shine! Step by step, Sheila Stephens helps you dive in, break the often confusing writing code and quickly write with surety, purpose and passion. From tips for getting started in your jaunty Writer’s Tree House, to learning the Jazzy Art of Brainstorming, to finding the Story’s Circle, to creating Metaphors as powerful as Meteors, and even Endings as memorable as a Good Night Kiss - and much more - Stephens teaches you how to put the Zing, Compassion and the Power of stellar Insights into stories, books, articles, speeches, newsletters and blogs that you’ll be proud to call your own.
Considered “The Story Whisperer,” Stephens speaks to us of writing and of life: “Imagine what it would be like to actually place a star in the sky. A star that would shine brightly, would guide travelers in their journeys, and would take its place in the firmament to inspire yourself and others. In my my 3 decades of teaching beginning and advanced writers alike, I’ve seen many stars brighten the night sky, so I love sitting at that campfire. With these easy how-to concepts and fun examples and exercises, you’ll soon be sharing the unique ideas that whisper to you and don’t let you go.”
Published in the Mountain Times newspaper, Sheila Stephens’ column, “Adventures in Writing 101,” entertained and informed her students and the public before she adapted it into book form. Nominated for the prestigious Nina Mae Kellogg Writing Award, Stephens became an international award-winning poet, a writing teacher to all ages, an owner of an advertising/communications agency and also a writing columnist for the Sherwood Gazette. Widely published in books & magazines, her own books include The Mystery School of Grief, and The Art of Prayer & Tea & Thee. She felt grateful to grow up in the Mt. Hood National Forest area and now lives in the Pacific Northwest near her sons.
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