Jacki Kellum Weekly September 24 – October 1, 2016 – The Free Jacki Kellum Writing Course Has Begun

Links to Articles Written by Jacki Kellum Between September 24 – October 1, 2016

Jacki Kellum Free Writing Class Day 1 – Write about Your County

October 1, 2016, was the first day of the Free Jacki Kellum Writing Class, and the course is totally FREE!. Your will not give Jacki Kellum your email address, and she will not hassle you anytime during or after yo begin taking the class Your writing can be private, or you way wish to blog it. That is up to you. On Day 1, you will write about a County where you have lived. In doing so, you will begin to learn how to create settings that area alive.Keep in mind that much of

Read more about the Free Jacki Kellum Writing Class and Exercise 2 Here at jackikellum.com

Keep in mind that much of William Faulkner’s writing has to do with his fictitious Yoknapatawpha County, which was actually his own Lafayette County in Mississippi. 

faulkner-Portable map



It’s Time for the Test – Submitting Writing for Publication

Jacki Kellum explains that after you have blogged regularly for a while and after you have written a first draft for a finished piece, it is time to move forward to publishing Here.


Is Lying in Memoirs Cheating? On Denial, Lying, and Wearing Facades

Jacki Kellum discusses whether or not it is okay to lie in your memoirs Here She also discusses living in denial ad the wearing of other types of facades.


Writing about Houses and Objects Inside Houses – Quotes from the book Great House by Nicole Kraus Here


Gladstone Said that Time Is On Our Sides but I Disagree Here


The Lost Generation: An A&E Documentary Here

Hemingway Memoir Moveable Feast: On Adultery & the Unfinished Business of Memory Here


Ernest Hemingway Moveable Feast – Writing Description and Sense of Place Here


Free Ebook Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas: Gertrude Memoir Here


Which Do You Most Want: Money or Happiness? Quotes about Money and Happiness Here


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