Go, Lauren! It’s your birthday!
The coolest and most talented writer, storyteller, podcaster, and entrepreneur, Lauren Marie Fleming, is turning 38 today! And here at School For Writers, we’ve decided this episode needed to be extra special, so we brought our awesome community manager, Stephanie (shoutout to Stephanie) to dig deeper into Lauren’s journey and ask the most genuine questions!
What an episode, you guys!
This interview is intense, profound, vulnerable, and charming at the same time.
Throughout the conversation, you’ll hear Lauren talk about everything from her favorite mac & cheese to how her writing career got started, from who inspired her creativity to the age she came out as a lesbian. She talks about her achievements (personal and professional), the limiting beliefs she’s conquered, the bright future she envisions for this podcast, and so much more.
Happy birthday, Lauren! 38 looks great on you!
Thank you so much for tuning in today! If you haven’t listened to episode 16 where Lauren talks to Sahar Twesigye about how Pinterest can benefit your writing career, then go back and check it out!
We want to know who you are and where you’ve been! Come hang out with Lauren in the Writers Squad Facebook group and over on Instagram @laurenmariefleming. We can’t wait to chat with you there!
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
-Want to start writing your book but still feel lost in the process? Sign up for Lauren’s FREE masterclass and join the live coaching session on December 3rd at 5 pm Pacific time HERE! Lauren will give you actionable steps on how to write your book in 2021, so don’t miss it!
–You Were Born for This: Astrology for Radical Self-Acceptance by Chani Nicholas.
Book recommendation of the week:
The Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes
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