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WIFYR Notebook: "Unputdownable"

I’d like to share a few things I learned from Ilima Todd’s “Writing the Unputdownable Story” lecture from WIFYR last month.

An unputdownable story will have a character you want to follow. 201 more words


WIFYR 2015

I’m trying to get back in the swing of things now that WIFYR is over.  However, I got called back in to that freelance gig for a couple more weeks.   408 more words


Writing and Illustrating for Young Readers and the Mountain

I spent last week at the workshop/conference Writing and Illustrating for Young Readers, which is put on in part by my teacher and friend, Carol Lynch Williams… 265 more words


Getting to Know Your Characters

So ever since I went to WIFYR on Wednesday I’ve really been trying to get to know my characters. You can’t move forward in a story if you don’t know them. 141 more words


WIFYR Report

Hey everyone!

Going to WIFYR yesterday was amazing! Honestly, if you’re a writer and have a chance to go to a writing conference, even if only for a day, do it. 149 more words


Writing and Illustrating For Young Readers

So on Wednesday I will be attending a workshop at the Writing and Illustrating For Young Readers Conference (WIFYR). I’m super excited because the workshop, entitled Writing Romance in the YA Novel, will be taught by an author that I really admire: Sarah M. 307 more words