Warren Stories: I.L. Green  

Our Warren Stories series aims to highlights writers, readers, and artists within our community. Here, we’ll share their work, artistry, and personal stories in our attempt to uplift every member of our community and make their voices heard. Have a story you’d like to tell? Contact us today!

Today’s story comes from writer I.L. Green in Illinois. I.L. reached out to us in early January 2019 with a fascinating story of the emotional process of writing their first novel, Redemption Story out from Czykmate Books. As a trained and certified mental illness recovery specialist in the state of Illinois and a person who suffers mental illness symptoms, I.L. has found a release of sorts in their writing. While writing for them is fun and adventurous, they still manage to include some of what they’ve learned and experienced over the years recovering from Borderline Personality Disorder that triggered their depression and anxiety.

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David Hollander Commits a Tweet

Rabbits, there’s no getting around it… Social Media is a key player in our ability to connect and promote our work as writers. Having a web presence is essential for all writers in the twenty-first century. Whether you write fiction, poetry, scripts, nonfiction or all of the above, social media can help to boost your audience. It also gives readers somewhere to find out more information about you and your other work, wherever it’s published. Even if you haven’t finished your work in progress yet, there’s no excuse for not starting to build your profile now. The sooner you start, the bigger your audience will be by the time your work is ready.

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Dead Rabbits: Alive & Thriving

We’re here, rabbits, and we’re just getting started.

We’ve come a long way since our humble beginnings as a reading series in New York. What started as a community of misfit bunnies has blossomed into this awesome community of creatives, writers, readers, and artists.

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