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Slipper Camp: Bloodline/Family

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My next online writing Slipper Camp – Bloodline – begins on the day after Father’s Day, June 21st. And in honor of the holiday, this Slipper Camp will feature prompts about Fathers and Daughters as well as Mothers and Sons. I was inspired by this quote: ‘Walking, I am listening to a deeper way. Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me. Be still, they say. Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands’- Linda Hogan.

We will be writing about our ancestors and our current family. This hits home for me, a daughter of the Holocaust whose family perished in the camps. As always, you can stay home and write in your pjs and slippers. As always, if you enroll you will receive 3 prompts a day on Bloodline/Family (every other day) for 20 days. As always, you will write 1,000 words on a prompt of your choosing and send it to me every other day.

If you want to join Slipper Camp please email me at lspravina21@gmail.com and I’ll send you details. Starts June 21. Ends July 9.

THANK YOU

Linda

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