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VIDEO – Writing Coach Teresa on Creating Your Own Personal Writer’s Retreat

Take a break from your everyday demands and stresses, and put your writing career in the fast lane, with your own personal writer's retreat.  Teresa tells you how!

 

 

Teresa, our Expert Guide At-Large, is the owner of Teresa Funke & Company and Victory House Press, which offer products, programs, and resources for readers, writers, teachers, and students. She is the award-winning author of six novels for adults and children based on true stories from WWII.

She has had over 100 short stories, articles, and essays published in commercial and literary magazines, newspapers, and anthologies. Two of her essays were listed as Notable Essays by the prestigious Best American Essays series. Teresa is also a nationwide speaker, presenter, and writer’s coach.

Her latest book is Wave Me Good-bye, part of her Home-Front Heroes series.  For more information about the book, visit http://teresafunke.com/wavemegoodbye 

To learn more about Teresa Funke's coaching and critiquing services for writers of all genres, contact Teresa at teresa@teresafunke.com

 

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Teresa Funke

Teresa embodies the modern artist entrepreneur. She is the owner of Teresa Funke & Company and Victory House Press, which offer products, programs, and resources for readers, writers, teachers, and students. She is the award-winning author of six novels for adults and children based on true stories from WWII.

3 Responses to “VIDEO – Writing Coach Teresa on Creating Your Own Personal Writer’s Retreat”

  1. Arti Sonthalia

    HI, 
    This has been so inspiring.. it is difficult to get out for a day… but… the time i spend writing and to focus on that has been very inspiring.. 
    Thanks 
    Arti 

  2. Natasha Wing

    Great ideas, Teresa. Getting away is so important. Writers are empathetic people who are interested in others and curious about what’s going on around them. Which translates to: distractions! Limiting distractions lets your own story you’re working on bubble up.

  3. Katherine Paiti

    Thanks for all the tips. It helps.

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