Newsletter article about Starla Criser

I am delighted to share that I recently had an article published about me locally. It is in the Fifty-Five forward Spring 2017 newsletter from Senior Services of Wichita. If you’re curious to know a little more about me, check it out.

Published Author Shares Tips, Talents with Center Members

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4 Responses to Newsletter article about Starla Criser

  1. Sharon Revell says:

    Just read the article and want to say well deserved! Starla has added so much to the lives of the seniors to whom she so freely gives time and advice and encouragement that it would really be impossible to overstate her effect on our lives. We all know how fortunate we are to have found her and to have a whole new world opened to us at a time when many seniors are just slowly winding down. We have also been grateful for the professional help her daughter, Angie, has given to get our work out in front of the world. I think I can safely say that none of this would have happened without these two generous women.

  2. Sharon Brown says:

    I can say exactly what Sharon R said. When I joined the writers class, I was looking for purpose. Starla has provided me with a bright light to share with young readers and joy for myself. They love reading about Blossom and Steve the rooster is a favorite.

  3. Bunnie CLARK says:

    I am very thankful to be a part of the writing class. Starla has given so freely of her time and talent. We are the recipients of her vast knowledge of research and experience in the writing field. Whether you just want to test the waters before you jump into the lake of writing, or a published author, Starla Crisers writing class would be of benefit to you. Thank you, Starla.

  4. Jan Koelsch says:

    I just started attending the writers class in March. Writing is something I’ve always wanted to do but life has taken me in a different direction. After the first class my enthusiasm increased. The class was fun and people were passionate about writing. Starla is a great teacher. I am looking forward to learning more from her. Yesterday I attended the meeting about the anthology members of the Senior Center can contribute to and become published. This is a great idea Starla has come up with. What an opportunity Starla is providing for those of us who participate. Also love reading her stories on love after 55. Thanks Starla for your contribution to Seniors.

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