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From the mouths of babes...

My friend, author Rob Sanders, also teaches writing to elementary students. He must be doing an amazing job, because one of his students sums up why “butt in seat” is the best way to get writing. 35 more words

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Queries not questions

This week I’m focused on querying agents, and I’d like to share some resources gathered from various writing friends. I’m always thankful for their help, and thought I’d pay it forward in a small way. 98 more words

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DIY Writing - Writing Your Own WAy

I am still gearing up for an announcement which I hoping to be able to make next week which could change the course of The Path… 598 more words

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Writing in Public (or, It didn't occur to me anyone would actually read it)

There are elements of my personality I was unaware of until I started reflecting upon my personal circumstance through my writing. When I started blogging, I genuinely didn’t think anyone outside of my immediate circle of colleagues and friends was likely to read it. 1,467 more words


Walter Dean Myers asks a good question

Where Are the People of Color in Children’s Books? – NYTimes.com.

You absolutely have to read this essay. Followed by Christopher Myers’s equally thought-provoking piece, … 234 more words

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Are writing conferences worth it?

Writing Conferences:

So, Writer’s Digest puts on two annual writer’s conferences – one for the East coast of the U.S. and the other for the West Coast of the U.S.   228 more words


Something's coming...

I’m just about stopping myself jumping up and down in my seat as I post this. I have some news and, man, I wish I could spill it all now, I do, but it’s not quite the time. 79 more words

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