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Madhu Wangu

Founder of the Mindful Writers Groups and Retreats, Madhu Bazaz Wangu’s Writing Meditation Practice (WMP) combines meditation, journaling, writing, reading and walking. Pennwriters Meritorious Award winner and a multi-award-winning fiction writer, Madhu’s inspiring CDs “Meditations for Mindful Writers I, II & III” help cultivate focus, increase flow and productivity.

Her second collection of short stories, Little Journeys, is forthcoming in 2021, and her third novel, Meaning of Our Lives, will be released in 2022. Currently she is working on a guidebook, Unclog Your Creative Flow, Enrich Your Daily Life.

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  • Guest this Week: Lorraine Bonzelet

    At the Online Mindful Writers Group (OMWG) Page, I invite a new guest-of-honor every week. This week’s guest is Lorraine Bonzelet. To read her daily posts and look at the accompanying photos please go to the Home Page on this website and click the middle button, “Visit and Join.” Here is her bio: Lorraine Bonzelet is a retired engineer with an obsession for picture books. In 2005, she nurtured her passion by taking courses at the Institute of Children’s Literature. She started taking a mindful approach to writing and journaling when she was introduced to the Mindful Writers Retreats and Madhu’s Online Mindful Writers Group via Facebook. Lorraine is a long-time member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Her first non-fiction article and photographs are published in Boys’ Quest......

  • Guest This Week: Jennifer D. Diamond

    At the Online Mindful Writers Group (OMWG) Page, I invite a new guest-of-honor every week. This week’s guest is Jennifer D. Diamond. To read her daily posts go to the Home Page on this website and click the middle button, “Visit and Join.” Here is her bio: Jennifer D. Diamond, MS/CCC-SLP, holds national certification in Speech/Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Pennsylvania K-12 teaching certificates for Speech/Language Impairment and Reading Specialist, PA state licensure in Speech/Language Therapy, and is a writer of short stories, personal essays, and In-Between/Tween Fiction. Diamond’s first published short story appears in the Mindful Writers Retreat Anthology, Over the River and Through the Woods, forward by Kathleen Shoop, edited by Demi Stevens, 2019. Her short personal essay, Fighting the Shadows, was accepted for the COVID-19 themed anthology, The......

  • Guest This Week: Eileen Enwright Hodgetts

    Do you remember learning to read? Was it easy for you or did you struggle? Did you immediately realize that reading had opened a door to a world of adventure or did you have to wait for that one “special” book to grasp your imagination and keep you reading until late in the night?...

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You are what your deep, driving desire is. As your desire is, so is your will. As your will is, so is your deed, as your deed is, so is your destiny.
—Bhrihadaranyaka Upanishad IV.4.5