Monthly Archives: March 2014

How to Create Your Own Children’s Writing Niche – One Simple Technique

In my never-ending search for writing tips, lessons, and ideas, I came across the below website that recently sent me this interesting article. I have posted the link below. Thank you Children’s Book Insider for sparking my imagination. How to … Continue reading

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Writing is a trip to the amusement park

When I think of writing, this metaphor comes to mind. Writing is a trip to the amusement park. On sunny days, ideas flow through your mind like people at a crowded park. When it is rainy, ideas like rides shut … Continue reading

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Active not Reactive Characters

I was thinking about how to make my characters active not reactive when I came across this wonderful blog. It is from The Editor’s Blog.  See link below for the full article. Make fictional characters suffer by pushing them beyond … Continue reading

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