Writing for the Soul Workshop™

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Footnotes on My Journey by Nichole Pace

Man, I LOVED being outside. What my elders used to say, “Out there in those streets where you ain got no bitness bein.” From nine years old, the earliest recollection I have of my childhood, you couldn’t tell me NOTHIN….

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We all have a story to tell. This is mine. 

Product of my Environment Truth be told, I don’t want to say that I’m just like you because we’re all different and unique in our own way. Honestly, some have said that I’m worse than most.  They’ve said things like,…

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I’m a survivor, and here’s my story.

No Child is Born Bad I was born into a single mother family, just me and my mom. I was always alone. Alone to deal with my traumas by myself with no guidance. Life put me through the ringer very…

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The “Walk a Mile in My Shoes” Project

Submit your short story, poem, music, and art for inclusion in the release of our next title in the Stories of Hope Series entitled, ‘Walk a Mile in My Shoes’.

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Sneek Peek at our Spring 2019 Release

Stories of Hope: Life in the Delta by Writing for the Soul Workshop™  Life in the Delta is the third release in our Stories of Hope series. For those who submitted their stories while accessing our Writing for the Soul Workshop™…

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The Key to Nonprofit Success? Sutainability.

Nonprofit organizations impact our lives and our communities.  In fact, statistics show that more than 80% of the population will access services provided by a nonprofit organization in their lifetime.  If you doubt that number, think about all of the…

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Writing for the Soul Workshop™ Online

Join our online community! As an extension of our writing program, we’ve created Writing for the Soul Workshop™ Online. It’s free and easy. Our online classes are powered by Storybird. Storybird allows us to create a safe, positive community for…

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Donor Spotlight: Meet Corey Foreman

“If you stay small enough long enough; God will make you big enough soon enough.” -Corey Foreman  In today’s Donor Spotlight news, I am pleased to feature Corey Foreman. He’s dedicated his whole life to serving youth, and he is…

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Pain is real. But so is hope.

“I hate you!” I yelled, angrily running to my room. I grabbed a scarf and sat on my bed with it around my neck. I began pulling on it as hard as I could until I heard, “WHAT ARE YOU…

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2018 Summer of Hope Book Tour FAQ’s

While working to help people live full, rich and meaningful lives, one thing I’ve learned is that no matter their differences, they all go through so much in life. Some more than others. That’s why I’m preparing to give away…

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