Myra Levine

About Myra

Myra Levine is on a mission: to make sure that nobody dies with their story still inside them. She shows people how to turn their ideas and memories into novels or memoirs with techniques not taught in school. As a writing coach, she challenges clients to dig deeper into their lives to find the germ of an idea that will become a great story, an intriguing memoir, or a terrific novel. Her favorite students fall into two categories: people who are sure they can’t write, and people who are sure they can. She also helps writers format and self-publish their work without spending ridiculous amounts of money.

Before turning to fiction, Myra spent decades writing television and radio scripts, instructional videos, and corporate marketing programs. She won many local and regional advertising awards before leaving that life to become a wife and mother of two adopted kids. Stay-at-home-motherhood rekindled her ambition to write fiction. After four years of struggling, she realized that decades of writing had not prepared her to write novels, so she spend 10 summers taking rigorous classes at the University of Iowa.

As Myra puts it, “I would like to thank menopause for making it impossible to sleep and impossible not to write.”

Published under the name M.E. Levine, Myra's novels, Revenge of the Soccer Moms and The Dead Mothers' Club , are available on Amazon.com and Audible.com.

About Myra

Myra Levine is on a mission: to make sure that nobody dies with their story still inside them. She shows people how to turn their ideas and memories into novels or memoirs with techniques not taught in school. As a writing coach, she challenges clients to dig deeper into their lives to find the germ of an idea that will become a great story, an intriguing memoir, or a terrific novel. Her favorite students fall into two categories: people who are sure they can’t write, and people who are sure they can. She also helps writers format and self-publish their work without spending ridiculous amounts of money.

Before turning to fiction, Myra spent decades writing television and radio scripts, instructional videos, and corporate marketing programs. She won many local and regional advertising awards before leaving that life to become a wife and mother of two adopted kids. Stay-at-home-motherhood rekindled her ambition to write fiction. After four years of struggling, she realized that decades of writing had not prepared her to write novels, so she spend 10 summers taking rigorous classes at the University of Iowa.

As Myra puts it, “I would like to thank menopause for making it impossible to sleep and impossible not to write.”

Published under the name M.E. Levine, Myra's novels, Revenge of the Soccer Moms and The Dead Mothers' Club , are available on Amazon.com and Audible.com.

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