Revising the Meaning of Success

Nov 20, 2014 | Book Tours, Books, Cara's Writing Elsewhere, Stuff I Believe, Writing

author and creative writing tutorSpreading the word about a book is like having a second job. That’s my excuse for being absent from my blog the past few weeks as I promote the new edition of my memoir, They Only Eat Their Husbands. Today, I’m in the U.K., sort of. British author Bridget Whelan has invited me to be a guest on her blog. Bridget is the author of the novel, A Good Confession, and the popular new non-fiction book for authors, Back to Creative Writing School. Today on her blog I talk about revising the meaning of success, in a post called Should Writing Success Always be Counted in Money? Britain is seven hours ahead of me here in Mountain Time, so what are you still bloody reading this for? Get on over to Bridget’s blog before the day ends! 


About Cara

Cara Lopez LeeCara Lopez Lee is the author of They Only Eat Their Husbands. She’s a winner of The Moth StorySLAM and performs in many storytelling shows, including Unheard L.A., and Strong Words. Her writing appears in such publications as Los Angeles Times, Manifest-Station, and Writing for Peace. She’s a traveler, swing dancer, and baker of pies. Cara and her husband live in the beach-town of Ventura, California, where they enjoy tending their Certified Wildlife Habitat full of birds.
Cara Lopez Lee

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