Can You Journal Your Way to a Book?

The simple answer is, YES! And I’m humbled and honored to be part of the Innovation Zone at the upcoming Write On! Literacy Festival at the Charleston Library to talk about that very subject:

Attention all book nerds, tech geeks, and creativity lovers: end the summer right by attending the first ever Write On! Literacy Festival at the Charleston County Public Library on Calhoun St.

Featuring headlining authors Nic Stone, Grady Hendrix and Hannah Barnaby, this all-ages festival will include additional author talks, panel discussions, book signings and sales, and a special Innovation Zone where people can explore literacy in all its contexts and potential.

Kathleen Varn
Kathryn Taylor

LILA will be in the Innovation Zone, represented by local authors Kathleen Varn and Kathryn Taylor, who will both be on hand to talk about the writing process, specifically journaling your way to a book, which both authors did; Kathleen Varn with Ameera Unveiled and Kathryn Taylor with the soon-to-be-released Two Minus One.

The first 100 visitors to the LILA booth will also get a pen and a journal all their own, FREE!

5 thoughts on “Can You Journal Your Way to a Book?”

  1. APPLAUSE You did it, and can show others how they can do it.

    Writing in a journal is not only a method that sharpens writing skills; it is also a method to hone our mind and to sort out conflicting emotions and to discover our deep and often hidden emotions.

    I’m sad that I cannot attend.

    But know that I am proud of you, Kathleen for your hard work, your accomplishments, and your kindness in sharing with others.

    your aunt Pat

    1. Thanks Aunt Pat… that means a lot to me. Especially for the reason you wouldn’t throw out such a fabulous compliment cheaply! Sent my new story off to Gatekeeper Press and will keep you up on Gardenia Duty’s progress! Kisses and hugs!

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