Some web surfers are quick to doubt any and all advice from strangers on the Internet, especially if the advice doesn’t come at a price. After all, who in their right mind takes time out of his or her life to help others, without expecting anything in return?
To allay any suspicions about the advice I’ve shared, I interviewed published author and writing professor James Connor.
From left to right: a Kean University student, Dr. Norma Bowe, and Erika Hayasaki at the January Death in Perspective event at Kean University.
Talk about Kean University’s Death in Perspective course and its three-year waiting list has been making the rounds in news media. Taught by registered nurse Dr. Norma Bowe, the course recently inspired a book titled The Death Class: A True Story About Life.
Los Angeles Times journalist Erika Hayasaki, author of The Death Class, first met Bowe in 2008.
Kean University hosted an event on Jan. 23, where Bowe and Hayasaki discussed the course and shared how it brought them together.
Here are some novel writing tips that I shamelessly stole from people on the Internet who are more knowledgeable than I.
Here’s a bit about me and what you’ll find on this blog.