The Brave Little Blog

Posts about braving boss life, business and the blank page

Fear and Doubt – Four Fears that nearly Kept me From Writing My Memoir: #1 Being Sued

By Ally Berthiaume | June 23, 2021

Writing nonfiction and memoir is a tricky business when you’ve got other real people (and not just yourself) to write about.

10 Things I Learned from the LGTBQ+ Panel at You Speak, We Listen

By Ally Berthiaume | June 22, 2021

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These Four Fears Nearly Held Me Back from Writing My Memoir

By Ally Berthiaume | June 1, 2021

Your story may have the power to impact one person. If we each could just impact one person, collectively we would change the world. Believe in the power of your story.

Finding the Beautiful in All Things. Writing Through Grief.

By Ally Berthiaume | May 25, 2021

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The Power of Your Personal Story: One Story, One Reader, One Change

By Ally Berthiaume | May 18, 2021

Every story stems from someone’s truth so what’s your truth? What’s your story? Are you going to tell it?

Mother’s Day Cards and Bonds Beyond Bounds. Writing Through Grief.

By Ally Berthiaume | May 5, 2021

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5 Places to Use Your Story and Make an Impact

By Ally Berthiaume | April 24, 2021

Your story may have the power to impact one person. If we each could just impact one person, collectively we would change the world. Believe in the power of your story.

The Power of Your Personal Story: All Stories Stem From Truth

By Ally Berthiaume | April 12, 2021

Every story stems from someone’s truth so what’s your truth? What’s your story? Are you going to tell it?

Sharing Your Story is a Dance and You Lead Your Reader

By Ally Berthiaume | March 27, 2021

Your story may have the power to impact one person. If we each could just impact one person, collectively we would change the world. Believe in the power of your story.

Uncovering Your Personal Story: Sprint to the Finish Line

By Ally Berthiaume | March 22, 2021

I don’t know about you, but I’m not much for long-distance running. I want to just start and then finish. That’s why thinking about an entire story or book project is overwhelming to me.