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Finding Purpose in Writing: How Publishing Can Help Us Process Life

Updated: Sep 12, 2023

On today’s episode of Press Publish, Erin is joined by author and lifelong friend Catherine Brunell for a candid conversation exploring the inspiration behind her book, the challenges she faced during publishing, and the impact her work has had on readers. Catherine shares, through personal anecdotes and reflections, how writing has always served as a transformative tool for her to navigate life's complexities. The origins of her book are rooted in profound questions about her Catholic identity and the struggle to find her place within the faith. Join us as we explore Catherine’s publishing experience, allowing us to discover hidden meanings within our own stories. Whether you're a self-published author, writer, or simply curious about the publishing process, this episode provides a profound insight into the intricacies of self-publishing!

  • Writing can be a powerful tool for processing life experiences. Whether through journals, letters, or other forms, it helps in organizing thoughts and making meaning out of things. It's important to own your chosen medium, even if you don't fit the conventional mold. Catherine wasn't always a polished writer, but she found her unique way of expressing herself.

  • Proud of Your Work: Be proud of what you've accomplished. Even years later, your work can continue to impact and resonate with readers. Don't underestimate the impact your work may have on others. You may never fully know why you're putting your work out there, but it can make a difference in someone's life. Embrace the unexpected opportunities that come your way.

  • The decision to pursue publishing often stems from a burning question or a topic that has been on your mind for a long time. This initial spark can drive the entire writing process. Connecting with other writers and sharing experiences can be essential for sustaining the writing process.

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