Guest post at TellTale Souls

by | Jan 5, 2012 | Memoir, Musings, Relationships | 2 comments

I don’t have a story ready this week yet (I’m still thinking over what direction I want to go in this year), but I do have a guest post up at Lynn Henriksen’s TellTale Souls blog. It has to do with mothers, and, well, mothers are what brought us all into this world, and some of us are mothers ourselves, so it’s hard to be neutral on the topic, isn’t it?

I hope my thoughts on my mother and stepmother stimulate you to share your own perspectives.

Here’s the link:

http://telltalesouls.com/blog/extolling-the-virtures-of-mom-in-memoir-not-for-everyone/

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2 Comments

  1. Lynn Henriksen

    Laura, thank you for the post for The Story Woman blog. It’s a good one, and it even gave me the opportunity to clarify what writing the Mother Memoir is about.

  2. admin

    It is an honor to be featured on your blog, Lynn.

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