Christi Krug’s Writing Book Slated for March 1

Christi Krug, author of Wild Writing

Christi Krug, author of Burn Wild

Christi Krug, whose flash essay “The Writer as Creator” is part of Brave on the Page, is publishing her own writing craft book, Burn Wild: A Writer’s Guide to Creative Breakthrough. The publication date is set for March 1.

Read an article about her in The Columbian. (Look below the bit about the belly dancer…)

Christi is the founder of Wildfire Writing and an experienced writing coach. She easily transitions from one sort of writing to another, excelling in all of them. Which makes her an especially excellent teacher. She’s also a strong force of positivity and encouragement–something all writers could use more of!

Christi’s talent and her dedication to the craft have always inspired me, as has her cheerful outlook and “you can do it” optimism.

I can’t wait to buy a copy of Burn Wild and start reading, and let Christi’s advice and cheerful outlook buoy my own writing.

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  1. Laura; Hope you won’t mind my pointing out that there is a error in the first sentence, third graph. “Am” that should be “an.” I know I like to find those things as early as possible so I can correct them. Lori

    Lori Tobias Staff writer The Oregonian 541/265-9394 541/270-6228 cell 775/206-5783 fax CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail may contain information that is privileged, confidential or otherwise protected from disclosure. If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail, please notify the sender immediately by return e-mail, purge this e-mail and do not disseminate or copy this e-mail.

    • Too funny, Lori! I just popped back into the file to add Christi’s headshot and noticed the “am” and fixed it myself. I appreciate the heads up, though, and thanks for reading.

  2. Congratulations to Christi! She’s the teacher who got me over all my hesitancies to actually put words on a page. This falling in love with writing — it’s all her fault 🙂

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