This is Part 2 of three-part series about what it’s like to participate in a local Alzheimer’s research study. You can read Part 1 here.
Inside the Alzheimer’s longitudinal study
By Karen Crowson's (Permission has been granted by the author to publish this article on our blog.)
I know that many of you have enjoyed part 1 of this series and have been looking forward to part two. We expect to post part three in a couple of weeks..
This piece was taken with permission from Susan Lewallen's Blog. Susan is an active member of our Creative Writing Group and is in the final stages of publishing her book Crossing Paths. Her story is taken from her 20+ years in Africa as a physician and mother.
We will have more from Susan as her publication date approaches.
I'm posting a couple of new poems from our Creative Writing Group. A new poem by Jean Abrahamson Oasis of Peace and another by Pat Peckham titled Divided Dark Sky with an illustration.
We meet on alternative Wednesdays (Next meeting Aug 21) at the RB Library from 1PM - 3PM. Join us - we do a lot more than poetry.
Why You Should Use Active Verbs, not Passive Verbs
Active verbs are always going to give you better, more dynamic sentences in your fiction writing.