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Address: Bay Street Emeryville, 5604 Bay St, Emeryville, CA 94608

Phone:(510) 547-0905

I’ll be joining Amy Ferris, editor of Shades of Blue, Brooke Warner, Founder She Writes Press, Author of What’s Your Book? And Hollye Dexter, Fire Season for a panel discussion about using stories to save lives.



Memoir Conference—Memories Are Made of This    

October 23-25, 2015

Los Angeles Valley College, 5800 Fulton Ave, Van Nuys CA


Saturday Keynote Luncheon
October 24, 12:30 pm

The Heart and Craft of Writing a Successful Memoir
Ms. Myers will reveal how to dig deep into the truth of your life and examine the essential elements of craft to help you write the best memoir. Bring your heart — your past, your secrets and your challenges — to your work, and draw upon the craft of story to author a memoir that will keep readers turning the page.


Sunday workshop

Write Your Legacy Memoir

You have a story to tell—many stories that you want to share with your family. It’s a deeply meaningful act to write your story well so generations that come after you can learn about who you were, and where you came from. You are the only one who can tell your stories the way they need to be told. Learn how to use craft to create stories that your family will treasure forever.

Learn more here


November 19, 2015


I’m excited to join Amy Ferris and other authors for the L.A. launch of her new anthology Shades Of Blue. I’ll be reading my piece from the book, along with Jennifer Pastiloff, David Lacy, Betsy Graziani Fasbinder, and Hollye Dexter.
The event is sponsored by The Depressed Cake Shop. This is a “This Is My Brave” event.




Panel Discussion with Writers on Suicide/Depression

Sunday, November 22nd at 2pm

Barnes & Noble Bookstore

5604 Bay Street. Emeryville, CA

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Meet Betsy Graziani Fasbinder & Linda Joy Meyers, contributing authors of Shades of Blue: Writers on Depression, Suicide, & Feeling Blue

Meet Kevin Briggs, author of Guardian of the Golden Gate: Protecting the Line Between Hope and Despair