Bar Scott

When I was in my early twenties, I dreamed of being a writer. This was before I dreamed of being a songwriter. My spelling and grammar had been so bad as a kid it became a sort of family joke. Now, here I am, 58-years old, and I'm leading writing workshops, meeting with writers regularly, and I've written the first of what I hope will be several books.
The Present Giver, is available for Nook or Kindle.
Visit my Author page on Amazon for print on demand books.  Thank you!

           The Lone Writers Writing Club Workbook


The Lone Write'r's Writing Club workbook is arranged so that the reader writes to a prompt, then reads what others have written in response to that same prompt. It's fun and interactive. Great for groups who need a lift, but designed for writers who are working alone and find themselves wishing they had a group to kick ideas around with. 

Spiral bound available in my store;
regular binding in two sizes available at Amazon. (
pocket size (6" x 9") and 8.5" x 11")

 In late 2015, Holly Tripp at Timbre Press, published the first volume of Stories of Music, an anthology of stories about how music has inspired or changed a person's life. My story "Grace" was included in the first book; "Heaven" was chosen for Volume 2, published in January 2017. Both stories describe the stories that inspired the songs. You can see an on-line version of the book, including audio and video clips, by clicking on the image below.

Check it out, and bravo to Holly for 2 jobs beautifully done. 


Bar's Writing Bio

Bar Scott loves words. She has won an ASCAP Special Award 13 times for her lyrics- and song-writing. More recently, she has added memoirist to her credentials publishing The Present Giver in 2011, and The Lone Writer's Writing Club - A workbook for writers who need some inspiration and comradery, published in 2016.

Other published works include “Valentine” in an anthology entitled Three Minus One, (She Writes Press, 2014)“Tight Spot” printed in The Sun magazine in 2010 and "Breast" also in The Sun (2015). She has been producer and facilitator at Wet Mountain Valley Writers Workshops since 2011 where she has led workshops with Abigail Thomas and Dorothy Allison. Nearly 100 writers have taken part in the WMV Workshops both in rural Colorado and in Woodstock, New York. And she has been a featured writer since the inception of the Woodstock (NY) Writers Festival in 2009, now called The Woodstock Bookfest.  

She has over 65 published songs (music and lyrics) and is currently working on her second memoir, Live a Life, Write a Song