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Wrinkles are a Sign of a Life Well-Lived—And Other Lessons From a Fraying Sofa, According to Author Kristin Harmel

Welcome to our Parade.com weekly essay series Novel Advice in partnership with Friends & Fiction, an online community hosted by bestselling authors Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, Patti Callahan Henry and Mary Alice Monroe. Every Wednesday, you’ll get a new life lessons essay from one of the writers, as well as the chance to discuss the themes of it later that night on Facebook Live! Today, Kristin Harmel reflects on her old sofa, and how it relates to her own life.
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Do You Have a Resolution for Yourself in Your Post-Pandemic Life? Author Kristin Harmel Reveals Hers

Welcome to our Parade.com weekly essay series Novel Advice in partnership with Friends & Fiction, an online community hosted by bestselling authors Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, Patti Callahan Henry and Mary Alice Monroe. Every Wednesday, you’ll get a new life lessons essay from one of the writers, as well as the chance to discuss the themes of it later that night on Facebook Live! Today, Kristin Harmel explains the resolution she has for herself in her post-pandemic life.
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Write Now with Kristin Harmel

I am a huge believer in the power of community. It’s a large part of why Jessica Jungton and I pour time into The Writing Cooperative. Today’s Write Now features bestselling author Kristin Harmel who, along with four friends, started a writing community of their own. Accountability. Creativity. Community. It’s what all authors need. Enjoy Kristin’s interview.
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As Our Communities Reopen, Keep Shopping Local, Says Author Kristin Harmel

Welcome to our new Parade.com weekly essay series in partnership with Friends & Fiction, an online community hosted by bestselling authors Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, Patti Callahan Henry and Mary Alice Monroe. Every Wednesday, you’ll get a new life lessons essay from one of the writers, as well as the chance to discuss the themes of it later that night on Facebook Live! Today, Kristin Harmel talks about the importance of shopping local—now more than ever before.
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A Surprising Lesson from the Past About Our Shared Humanity, from Bestselling Author Kristin Harmel

Welcome to our new Parade.com weekly essay series in partnership with Friends & Fiction, an online community hosted by bestselling authors Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, Patti Callahan Henry and Mary Alice Monroe. Every Wednesday, you’ll get a new life lessons essay from one of the writers, as well as the chance to discuss the themes of it later that night on Facebook Live! Today, Kristin Harmel explains how Muslims in Albania helped save Jews during World War II—and what humanity could learn from this extreme act of kindness. Read below for more, and be sure to check back each week for a new essay right here on Parade.com.
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How to Be the Light During Dark Times? Small Actions Can Make the Biggest Difference, Says WWII Fiction Novelist Kristin Harmel

Welcome to our new Parade.com weekly essay series in partnership with Friends & Fiction, an online community hosted by bestselling authors Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, Patti Callahan Henry and Mary Alice Monroe. Every Wednesday, you’ll get a new life lessons essay from one of the writers, as well as the chance to discuss the themes of it later that night on Facebook Live! Today, we have Kristin Harmel, who writes about how small actions can go a long way in sparking light in your own community. Read below for more, and be sure to check back each week for a new essay right here on Parade.com.