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October 08, 2010


A one-day retreat would be awesome. And I love the idea of focusing on the interior process.

I would be interested in any type of writing retreat. A short one may be more flexible for most but having something that spans a week with the ability to expand our skills has many advantages too. Mechanics of writing is very important but most of us are spiritually oriented so guidance through the interior process would be invaluable also. (I feel like I am being no help what-so-ever but excited to learn anything you have to teach :)

I'd be interested in a short retreat that focuses on the inner process.

I would be interested in a short retreat also. The inner process intrigues me most, but I would gain a lot from mechanics instruction.

I would be interested in a short retreat, but whether I could attend (even from my own living room) would depend on the day/time. (I have young children and managing school pickup times can be difficult.)

But would there be a way for your to post the assignments given afterwards? I would love to do them at my leisure (if there is such a thing), even without getting feedback.

Count me in. A week-long retreat would give me more time to think and write.

I just returned from the Ministy of Writing Colloquiem and I would participate in any form that would give me more contact with you and what you have to offer. I was blessed and encouraged and I am currently reading/digesting/meditating on your book about writing from the soul.

Mrs. Wright,
I truly enjoyed reading Grandma Virgi's Feast in The Spirit of Food. And your pecan pie is the best I have ever tasted! I hope you will not mind that I will be writing about you in my food blog and photos I took of the pie (your recipe will not be included).

Thank you for the wonderful story and look forward to reading your novel, Velma Still Cooks in Leeway.

Kay Heritage

Oh, I would! I'd prefer one that spans a week with a few assignments, but if I were able, schedule-wise, to do a one-day retreat, I would.

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