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My publisher Brown Books Publishing sold the audio rights to my memoir Frozen Dinners. I’m excited to travel to Mosaic Audio, a professional VIP recording studio near Los Angeles, for a week to read the 55,000-word manuscript. However, I can’t make it through Chapter 11 without crying. Here are the first two paragraphs of that…
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http://www.columnists.com/2019/06/and-the-2019-columnist-contest-winners-are/ The National Society of Newspaper Columnists and Bloggers (NSNC) recently announced the winners of the annual writing contest, and two of my blog posts won third place in the humor category. I write about serious stories that are relevant to most women sliding down the backside of midlife: the empty nest and a prolapsed…
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I was asked to republish the video from my commencement address at CSI. Here it is: https://youtu.be/nFdW4TishEQ
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I was asked to republish the video from my commencement address at CSI. Here it is: https://youtu.be/nFdW4TishEQ
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Do you write letters? Two generations ago, letters were written using elegant calligraphy on delicate parchment paper, carefully addressed, stamped, sealed with a personalized wax stamp, and mailed. Letters were delivered weeks or months later to the intended recipients. One generation ago, AOL introduced the popularity of emails with the automated voice in “You’ve Got…
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Today would have been my mother’s 92nd birthday. She died in 2014, lost in dementia and crippled with physical and mental pain. As she was dying, I played Tennessee Ernie Ford singing about “Peace in the Valley,” and I wept for the loss. Starting when I was in high school, she always stood at the…
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via Smorgasbord Post from Your Arcives – #PotLuck – D. G. Kaye – Sunday Book Review – Midlife Cabernet by Elaine Ambrose
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On May 9, 2019, the Independent Press Award recognized Frozen Dinners – A Memoir of a Fractured Family by Idaho Author Elaine Ambrose as the winner of a 2019 Distinguished Favorite in the memoir category. This is the third consecutive win for the author in three different genres: humor, children’s books, and memoir. The author’s…
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MOSCOW, Idaho — April 24, 2019 — Storytelling through film is the focus of the University of Idaho’s second annual Ambrose Storytelling Workshop, to be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 24, in the Idaho Commons Whitewater Room. The free community workshop will introduce participants to visual storytelling and demonstrate how filmmakers…
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Free Workshop Thursday, April 18 Do you have a splendid idea for a children’s book but don’t know how to write and publish a book? Bestselling author Elaine Ambrose will present a free workshop Thursday, April 18 at Collister Library from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. She will discuss the tools you need to create the…

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