Kathleen Pooler

Kathleen Pooler

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I am a memoir author and a retired Family Nurse Practitioner who believes in the power of hope through faith. Filled with gratitude and living my dream.
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Do you have a story deep in your core that you have to tell? How do you approach writing about family? What’s keeping you from sharing it?

Do you have a story deep in your core that you have to tell? How do you approach writing about family? What’s keeping you from sharing it?

the cycle of healing and writing, then writing from a more healed place, and back again, gives me the opportunity to turn my negative experiences into positive ones by advocating for other survivors.

the cycle of healing and writing, then writing from a more healed place, and back again, gives me the opportunity to turn my negative experiences into positive ones by advocating for other survivors.

the cycle of healing and writing, then writing from a more healed place, and back again, gives me the opportunity to turn my negative experiences into positive ones by advocating for other survivors.

the cycle of healing and writing, then writing from a more healed place, and back again, gives me the opportunity to turn my negative experiences into positive ones by advocating for other survivors.

Writing Authentically About Difficult or Painful Topics by Wendy Brown-Baez : A WOW Blog Tour | Memoir Writer's Journey

Writing Authentically About Difficult or Painful Topics by Wendy Brown-Baez : A WOW Blog Tour | Memoir Writer's Journey

How Reading Fiction is Helping Me Write My Memoir | Memoir Writer's Journey

How Reading Fiction is Helping Me Write My Memoir | Memoir Writer's Journey

If you have a story worth telling, take heart: it’s never too late to share it. No matter your age, your health, or circumstance, your story needs to be told.

If you have a story worth telling, take heart: it’s never too late to share it. No matter your age, your health, or circumstance, your story needs to be told.

whether the relationship is an anchor, a weight, or the wind under her wings, it is always central to a women’s self-concept.

whether the relationship is an anchor, a weight, or the wind under her wings, it is always central to a women’s self-concept.

poetry is a way to distill the essence of an experience into a few words through vivid imagery, similes, metaphors…phrases of well-chosen words that capture a mood or emotion.

poetry is a way to distill the essence of an experience into a few words through vivid imagery, similes, metaphors…phrases of well-chosen words that capture a mood or emotion.

Does listening to music help you get in touch with suppressed feelings when you write?

Does listening to music help you get in touch with suppressed feelings when you write?

Does listening to music help you get in touch with suppressed feelings when you write?

Does listening to music help you get in touch with suppressed feelings when you write?

Writing Until I Get There-My Memoir Writer's Journey: An Interview with Diane Pomerantz | Memoir Writer's Journey

Writing Until I Get There-My Memoir Writer's Journey: An Interview with Diane Pomerantz | Memoir Writer's Journey

Writing Until I Get There-My Memoir Writer's Journey: An Interview with Diane Pomerantz | Memoir Writer's Journey

Writing Until I Get There-My Memoir Writer's Journey: An Interview with Diane Pomerantz | Memoir Writer's Journey

Life's Sweet Treats: A Memoir Moment | Memoir Writer's Journey

Life's Sweet Treats: A Memoir Moment | Memoir Writer's Journey

Do you find that being connected to your purpose helps you stay on target with your creative projects?

Do you find that being connected to your purpose helps you stay on target with your creative projects?

At age twenty-one, while she was working with the legendary Nadia Boulanger in France, concert pianist Carol Rosenberger was stricken with paralytic polio—a condition that knocked out the very muscles she needed in order to play. But Rosenberger refused to give up.

At age twenty-one, while she was working with the legendary Nadia Boulanger in France, concert pianist Carol Rosenberger was stricken with paralytic polio—a condition that knocked out the very muscles she needed in order to play. But Rosenberger refused to give up.

Lessons From Revising My Memoir | Memoir Writer's Journey

Lessons From Revising My Memoir | Memoir Writer's Journey