September Sunday #WeekendCoffeeShare

Thank you for joining me for coffee today! Shall I pour you a cup? I made extra today.

I link my blog with others at Natalie the Explorer to celebrate Weekend Coffee Share posts!

If we were having coffee I would tell you we went to a wedding last night. It has been a while since I have been to such a social gathering. It was an interesting ceremony with thunder, a beer toast, and rainbows. The reception was nice and we danced! (Just a little bit!) I also saw several people from my past teaching life I have not seen forever. They weren’t long conversations but just long enough to catch up a bit. Plus! Chris and I were finally able to get a picture together that we both looked like ourselves! LOL

If we were having coffee I would tell you I did an Instagram live with Sarah Selecky about the Story Intensive. We talked about flash fiction and magic and writing. You can check it out here.

If we were having coffee I would tell you I had dinner with all my kids last Tuesday which was fun. We wanted to go to a special Mexican restaurant but it closed at 7pm which was the time we were going! Oops. We ended up at BW3 which still had some connection for the family.

Do you need a refill? Would you like some ice water?

If we were having coffee I would tell you I wrote every day and I was able to get some submissions sent off. It was a great writing week. I am participating in the SmokeLong Fitness program and the first prompt goes live tomorrow. I am also taking a Nancy Stohlman writing class which I am excited about too.

If we were having coffee I would tell you the Sarah Selecky Intensive that I teach for is open for registration. Follow this link for more information. This course changed my writing life and taught me craft I didn’t have access to before. It is a great course for digging in deep within a supportive and guided environment.

If we were having coffee I would tell you my PUSH group is looking for new members! We meet on Mondays and always share wins, write together and then have a conversation related to writing. For more info you can check out the detailed info here.

Here are what some members are saying:


Push for push: “Push gets me writing. Tammy has a way of making me look at things from a different lens and perspective. She has me stretching my mind and I feel I am growing as a writer and learning a lot about myself and my craft. It’s a weekly mind workout. Push is like yoga for your mind. As a teacher I teach the craft of writing, but seldom did I make time to practice my own writing. Push ensures that I take time for myself to enjoy writing.”


Even though it’s just one hour a week, I try never to miss a week with Tammy’s PUSH group. This small and intimate group is like writing therapy. We talk about our successes over the week. Then, Tammy chooses the perfect prompts and we write for somewhere between 5-8 minutes. Everyone is given a chance to talk about what they wrote and no one declines. It’s such a safe place. Somehow everything I write during this hour with Tammy comes from a deeper and more honest place than in sprints with other groups.

If we were having coffee I would tell you a name change is coming for me. I have been switching over most of my accounts to “Writer Tammy” so look out for that. Stay tuned for other news about that too.

I hope your Sunday and the week are filled with passion, fun questions, great food, a good read, and deep love!

Do you have any burning questions for me? I would love to answer them next week in the coffee share! Put them in the comments or message me through the blog and I will answer them all!

Thank you for joining me for a coffee chat. I hope to see you next weekend!


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