Gettin’ Bizzy

February 9, 2006|Posted in: Uncategorized

Swamped with clients, Sun stuff, kids stuff, work in every direction…and yet, I’m hostessing a coffee at my place in a couple of weeks, re the women’s weekend I did in September. Let me know if you’re interested; I’ll be glad to chat with you about it. Lots more to come, re SF Writers’ Conference, new clients, new Web sites and blogs, new gigs, and a really exciting new project for mothers who write (well) and aren’t afraid to show their stuff.

But back to the coffee thang — here’s the skinny:

Sweet Delights!
Save the Date
for
Coffee, Chocolate and Chit-Chat!
Feb. 25, 4 p.m.

Meet and talk with other women who have done the Sterling Women’s Weekend and lived to tell! Learn how we have changed our lives in altogether incredible ways. We’re all smarter, funnier, wiser, richer, more beautiful and more successful – really! – because we have discovered our source of power – our feminine power.

Sound too good to be true? It’s not – and you can have it, too.

Come by and enjoy coffee, tea, chocolate and vanilla, and learn a bit more about what two days and nights discovering the source of your power can do for you.

Questions? E-mail me at suneditrix@aol.com

It can all be yours…what are you waiting for?

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Julia Park Tracey is an award-winning journalist, author, and blogger. She is the author of six books: three novels, one poetry collection, and two women's history. She was the Poet Laureate of Alameda, California, in 2014-17. She's also the conservatrix of The Doris Diaries, the diaries of her great-aunt Doris Bailey Murphy. She has a BA in journalism from San Francisco State University, and MA in Early 20th C. British Literature from Cal State Hayward. Julia's articles have appeared on Salon, Thrillist, Paste, Scary Mommy, Narratively, Yahoo News, Your Tango, and Sweatpants & Coffee. Her articles have also run in Redbook, Woman's Day, Country Living, House Beautiful, Town & Country, the San Francisco Chronicle, Oakland Magazine, Quill, and MadeLocal. She was the founding editor of weekly Alameda Sun and literary zine Red Hills Review. Her poetry has been in The East Bay Literary review, Postcard Poems, Americus Review, Cicada, Tiferet Review, and many others. Julia has been recognized several times by the San Francisco, East Bay and Peninsula Press Clubs as well as the California Newspaper Association for her blogging since 2003.

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