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Highlights of the 2015 Internet Summit

My favorite annual event on search engines and online content took place in downtown Raleigh last week. 1,700 people attended the 2015 Internet Summit, “The Southeast’s definitive digital gathering.” (I’m pretty sure they used to call it the ‘largest’ so something else must have dethroned them, … 739 more words


The Writing Life: Top Seven Takeaways from Writing Conferences (Part 1)

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The Writing Life

Lineup Set For South Coast Writers Conference

Those of you who have been reading this blog for a while know how much I value the experience of attending a writers conference. There is quite frankly nothing you can do that better rekindles one’s enthusiasm and optimism than spending a few days surrounded by people who are struggling with the exact same battles you are. 305 more words

Writing And Editing

Why I Joined a Writer's Group

Capital City Writers Association

You would think, at the ripe old age of 976 that I would have acquired all the information I’d need to swim the deep waters of publishing fiction. 586 more words


2nd Grade Writing Aloud & Guided Reading Plus: Snakes and Monkeys!

I have noticed my 2nd graders have needed more support than just Guided Reading Plus.  I decided to layer interventions with this group, which was something new for me. 429 more words

2nd Grade

Enrich your Craft — Stay in the Know

Smart articles you should read if you’re a writer looking to get published:

The Reverse Outline by Deborah Kevin
This article in the Little Patuxent Review, a journal of literature and the arts, discusses a technique called the reverse outline. 227 more words


Writing Conferences with Students Rock!

I’m a writer by design.  I have brilliant (well, I think they’re pretty awesome but by most people’s standards they are probably just good) ideas inside my tiny cranium and writing is the only way I know how to effectively convey them to the world.   1,054 more words