Monthly Archives: September 2012

Converse With Me

Summer’s over.  The Kiddos are back in school.  My agent has returned from maternity leave and eagerly awaits my revised manuscript in her already overflowing in-box.  Time to buckle down and get serious about writing.  I’ve holed up in my … Continue reading

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Am I A Woman-Child?

I recently came across this article by Deborah Schoeneman defining the woman-child as “an increasingly prominent and powerful breed of pop-culture female who seems to be aging backwards.”  If it’s actually possible to age backwards, sign me up! But seriously, … Continue reading

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One Hour A Day

Last weekend I attended the writing craft seminar Back to School with Claudia Mills.  If she’s ever presenting a workshop in your neighborhood, I’d highly recommend attending.  For starters she’s an industry veteran with over 50 published children’s books over … Continue reading

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Shelf Spy

Real Actual Hilary, formerly known as The Intern, bravely blogged a picture of her bookshelf yesterday and invited others to do the same.  Check it out here.  In many ways, the contents of a reader’s bookshelf are an insight into … Continue reading

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