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Sam Kimberle Interview | Writer and Community Builder

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Sam Kimberle is a Stop Writing Alone listener who took a leap and started posting her writing on after hearing about it on the podcast two months ago. This week host Nicole Rivera interviews Sam to ask her about her experiences with writing on Medium, and asks her to share her next big venture: creating a THE ARTIST’S WAY reading group. Sam discusses the inspiration she received from Cathy Heller’s podcast DON’T KEEP YOUR DAY JOB, the communities she found as a result, and the actions she’s taken that have changed her life.


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1 thought on “Sam Kimberle Interview | Writer and Community Builder”

  1. I’m behind with listening but wanted to stop by and say how awesome this episode was. The breadth of Sam’s activities, helpful (and realistic) info about Medium, and sheer number of resources here are incredible. She’s clearly juggling a great number of creative pursuits – inspirational!
    And, Medium has been on my radar for a while. I’ve just written “sign up” on next week’s to-do list. 🙂


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