head-shot 2Hello, and welcome peoples!

If you’ve found your way to this site, you might be a Living Out Loud e-zine subscriber or a Facebook page bud. Or maybe you stumbled here through a link from the Listen to Your Mother production, or from any of the telesummit’s or blogs where I’ve participated/guest posted over the years. Or maybe you just googled “writing,” “journaling,” “how-to journal” or something like that.

Could be you’re an old pal just determined to find me.

Whoever you are: hello there. This site is just a week or so away from its AWESOME new makeover/redo (as my work is also getting a bit of a re-haul and re-release). While the site’s getting its groove on, you’ll still be able to find info about my work with the Living Out Loud writing groups (also known as ‘the writer babes’) – a workshop for writers and folks who don’t think of themselves as writers, but have a desire to vent/express on paper,* and those who want to develop a writing practice to express without apology, and/or use writing to sink more deeply into their lives

You’ll be able to read about workshops and offerings, and you’ll find a tab for my blog (if you used to read my entertaining infinity blog, then you have a sense of what my blahblahbloging loveliness is all about …) where you can read my schtuff AND play along with Throw-down Thursdays - a weekly play-date/inspiration/exercise. (look up … see that tab that says “blog?” that would be it …)  I’ll also have links … and other fun stuff.

Wander around, and if you don’t find everything you need, check back – or better yet, get on the insider’s list to get a monthly dose of writing encouragement and inspiration – as well as news and updates about in-person workshops and tele-classes.  Just use that e-zine sign-up form to your right on the side bar. And be sure to “like” the Facebook page where you’ll find inspiration, ideas and boatloads of support. You can always drop a line too; I reply. (info [at] debcooperman.com)


*all you have to do to “be a writer” is write, so guess what? you’re a writer.

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