Victoria Hanley offers free writing tips for writers for peace (or any other kind of writer) in our blog twice per month. We’ll post them here after they go out in our blog, so you can always come back to them later.
Victoria’s Writing Tips
Exercise No. 1: Writing Exercise for Peace of Mind
Exercise No. 2: Writing Through Sorrow
Writing for Peace Adviser Victoria Hanley
Victoria Hanley spent years preparing for a writing career by holding as many contrasting jobs as possible, from baking bread to teaching anatomy and hosting radio shows. She’s lived in California, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, New Mexico, Oregon, and Colorado, and traveled throughout North America via plane, train, bus, car, and bicycle. Who knew she’d be the author of 7 books published in 12 languages!
Victoria’s novels have won many honors and awards at home and abroad, and inspired two nonfiction writing books: Seize the Story: A Handbook for Teens Who Like to Write, and Wild Ink: Success Secrets to Writing and Publishing in the Young Adult Market. She teaches writing at Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver and at Northern Colorado Writers in Fort Collins.
Learn more about Victoria’s books, read her blog, download a free chapter of Wild Ink, and watch Victoria in action at www.victoriahanley.com.
By studying fiction, I’ve learned that a good story is built around conflict. However, a good life is built around peace.
~ Victoria Hanley