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Sucked Into the Online Vortex

Getting back into the blogging world has reminded me how distracting it can be. I love reading other people’s blogs about writing, I love thinking about new things I can blog about, and…well…sometimes it gets out of hand. Connecting to … Continue reading

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Markus Zusak Visit

On Saturday night, I had the great privilege of listening to Markus Zusak, author of The Book Thief, speak at the Provo Library. It was amazing. (And not just because of his lovely Australian accent. 😉 ) I think it … Continue reading

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WIFYR Conference

The registration for the Writing and Illustrating For Young Readers (WIFYR) conference recently opened up, and I just have to mention it here. I’ve gone to this conference for the past two years, and the experience is amazing. I can’t … Continue reading

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Writers Groups, Part 2: What to think about when forming one

Reminder about the contest that ends tomorrow! I’m giving away a free critique of the first five pages of a manuscript, so if you’re interested, please click here. I got lucky with my writers group–it fits me perfectly. And I … Continue reading

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Writers Groups, Part 1: Why writers need one

I apologize about not posting the review of Revolution on Monday, but I hadn’t finished it. I’m finished now and will post it next Monday. For today’s post, I’m really excited about the topic. Writers groups are something I’m very … Continue reading

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