Writing From Your Soul (Morning Session: For Any Worldview)

Saturday, Jan 20, 2018

Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Writing From Your Soul (Morning Session: For Any Worldview)

In this participatory workshop we will first look at inspirational writing, what it is, what it isn’t, how to find a story and how to write it in a way that connects to our readers. This session will be aimed at sharing life truths that fit everyone no matter how their beliefs lean.

About the instructor:
Linda Apple is a Mississippi gal whose roots run deep in the South. Her stories flow from generations of Southern women who shared their stories and their wisdom while cooking, enjoying meals together, and rocking on the front porch in the velvety, magnolia perfumed evening breeze. From this rich heritage of storytelling and these memories Linda’s path to writing was formed.

She believes everyone has a story and that these stories matter because they are the thread that weaves humanity together and helps us to understand others. Not only that, our writing can profoundly affect our readers in a positive way. Her personal experience stories have been published in sixteen Chicken Soup of the Soul books and she has two books, Writing Life ~ Your Stories Matter and Writing From Your Soul, that teaches others to write their stories. She has taught workshops across the Midwest and East coast of the United States and in the United Kingdom.

She also tells her stories through fiction. Her books, Women of Washington Avenue and Avalee’s Gift are the first two books in her Moonlight Mississippi series. She is currently working on book three.

In addition to writing, she is also a motivational speaker. Her desire is to encourage, affirm, nurture talent, and equip people in order to help them achieve their goals and follow their dreams.

She has served as president for the Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc. and presently serves as the Arkansas Regional Speaker Trainer for Stonecroft. Linda and her husband, Neal, live in Northwest Arkansas. They have five married children and thirteen grandchildren.

Event Location

Center for Nonprofits
1200 W. Walnut St.
Rogers, AR 72756

Event Fees:

Cost Per Person $ 25.00

Registration is closed for this event.

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