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Slipper Camp: Mothers and Daughters

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The Fourth Annual Mothers and Daughters Slipper Camp starts on the day after Mother’s Day (May 10th) and ends May 28th. Many mothers and daughters have taken this Slipper Camp together and loved it.

I was inspired to create this Slipper Camp when I studied this photo of my mother and me. At three months old I’m already trying to crawl out of her arms. Eager to see the world. Unwilling to be contained. My mother smiles beatifically, unaware of the restless soul in her arms…

We’ll be writing about ourselves, our mothers and/or mother figures, our daughters-biological or chosen – nieces, goddaughters, stepdaughters or any young woman we mentor. We’ll be exploring the relationship between women of different generations.

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 (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. Email me for details at lspravina21@gmail.com.

Only open to the first ten writers who sign up. Please DM me for tuition as payment will secure your spot.

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“Linda Schreyer and Jo-Ann Lautman have succeeded in creating a page-turner of a novel about youthful widows and widowers without succumbing to mind numbing stereotypes and outdated stage theories. Set in a magical realm called Oasis, where grievers come to heal and grow, the grief group members infuse the book with vitality and their own unique voices as they share their pain, sorrow and even some light-hearted fun. Tears and Tequila, takes readers on the roller coaster that is grief, while reminding us that human beings can learn to live, love and thrive after untimely loss.”
Lauren Schneider LCSW at Our House Grief Support Center- Clinical Director of Child and Adolescent Programs

Lauren Schneider

“Joey Lerner is long overdue for reinvention and restoration. Readers will love Linda Schreyer and Jo-Ann Lautman’s Joey, and her bittersweet and often humorous journey, As Joey goes from handyperson to grief group counselor in a rundown learning center called “Oasis,” she finds refuge, love and ultimately her own path.”
Leora Krygier, author of When She Sleeps, Juvenile Court, and First the Raven

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