The last two weeks have been super fun working with Nada Jones in her quest to inspire other women to realize their dreams. I was honored to be on a panel in Santa Monica at WeWork where a cosy room of entrepreneurs heard my story of writing Waking Mathilda--A Memoir Of Childhood Narcolepsy.
I learned so much from the other panelists that I went back to the next evening with my own Liberty to LIBERTY sessions hosted in Pasadena.
The second night another author who's book I read several years ago, also spoke about her journey to being published. Which (BTW) is very different from mine. Jillian Lauren got an agent and catapulted straight to the NY Times best sellers list with her memoir "Some Girls."
Several years ago I attended one of Nada's workshops right at the same time I began writing. It was game-changer for me, learning exactly what I needed to do going forward with this big idea I had about the book. That's all it was back then--an idea backed up with belief.
Three years later it is rewarding for us both to realize just what happens when you put excellent advice into practice. It's funny to think now how I really had no serious notion of what was involved in the writing process. I didn't even know what a hashtag was, wasn't present on Social Media and hadn't thought seriously about self-publishing.
If you want to hear that podcast click on the link below. Then check out the other free content at LIBERTY sessions on iTunes.
Every story in Nada's podcast series is uniquely told by women who have found their mojo, made it happen and want to give back.
Here's where you'll hear a behind the scenes account of my journey. Get comfy, grab your cuppa your and enjoy!
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