The old saying goes, “write what you know.” The purpose of this page is to share with you what I have learned about myself and the world by writing a memoir. We are all experts in our own way. By publishing my first book, “Tales of a Law School Dropout,” I have collected insights into the writing and publishing process that I hope you will find useful. As an Admissions professional, I have learned what works and what doesn’t in Higher Education. I’d like to share with you what I know and create a dialogue to inspire my audience to analyze the way we go about choosing our careers in life.

I want your feedback! Please feel free to contact me to suggest future topics of discussion.

Have a wonderful day,


6 thoughts on “WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW

  1. I’d love to hear your thoughts on what works and doesn’t work in writing and publishing. I write and publish myself and run my own blog on writing, but I always find that I can learn something new by hanging with other writers 🙂

    1. Thank you, Catherine! The best thing I’ve done so far is join a critique group that meets every two weeks, so I know I have a deadline to keep my writing and publishing projects on track! It’s the best! 🙂

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