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As You Write It is the reader's space at Women's Web. We welcome contributions from our readers on a particular writing theme each month.
Muse of the Month, April 2018
Here’s Inspiration To Write Your Own Story For Muse Of The Month #April2018

Read the prompt, put on your writer's hat, and tell us a story that passes the Bechdel Test, for the Muse of the Month, April 2018. 

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Here’s Inspiration To Write Your Own Story For Muse Of The Month #March2018
Muse of the Month, March 2018

Read the prompt, put on your writer's hat, and tell us a story that passes the Bechdel Test, for the Muse of the Month, March 2018. 

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Here’s Inspiration To Write Your Own Story For Muse Of The Month #Feb2018
Muse of the Month, February 2018

Read the prompt, put on your writer's hat, and tell us a story that passes the Bechdel Test, for the Muse of the Month, February 2018. 

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[#NotMyLoveJihad] My Mom & My Boyfriend Of Different Faith – My 2 Loves I Don’t Want To Pick From!
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I love both my mom and my boyfriend dearly. But I can't tell her about him because we are of different faiths. I don't want to hurt either of them. #NotMyLoveJihad 

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Writing A Memoir — The Power Of A Story That Takes Readers On An Unforgettable Journey

Many of us have stories to tell from our own lives. But, writing a memoir is difficult to master! How to write a powerful self story? Find out with #WomenOnTheMove. 

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Here’s Inspiration To Write Your Own Story For Muse Of The Month #Jan2018
Muse of the Month, January 2018

Read the prompt, put on your writer's hat, and tell us a story that passes the Bechdel Test, for the Muse of the Month, January 2018. 

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