It’s a Mystery, Pig Face!

February 2017

It's a Mystery, Pig Face!

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When Your Characters Veer Off Course

  I was fully prepared to draft my current Work in Progress. Character Sheets were done. Scenes were sketched out. […]

Science Girls Rule in Middle Grade!

  There’s nothing I love so much as a middle grade novel in which the main characters – especially young […]

Are you doing NaNoWriMo This Year?

  I love NaNoWriMo. And since it’s October, that can only mean one thing: it’s time to prep for the […]

Shelf Envy

  I have been thinking about my bookshelves lately.   This is mostly because when I go on Pinterest and […]

We Need Diverse Books!

  “We must have ideals and try to live up to them, even if we never quite succeed. Life would […]

Some Great Autumn Books!

  Happy Autumnal Equinox!   via GIPHY   I love Autumn!  It’s the season of heavier sweaters, scarves and gloves, […]

Children’s Authors as Role Models

  Do we want our favorite children’s authors to be role models for our children? Should they be?   I […]

Wendy’s Brain on Pinterest

  Are you using Pinterest?       I first started using Pinterest several years ago, mostly to “pin” images […]

On Writing Every Day – Or Not

  Stephen King, who is a man much smarter (and certainly more successful) than I, recommends that a writer write […]

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