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WriteOnCon 2014

HEY FRIENDS! Don’t miss this event. A free   conference for kidlit writers with pitches and live events on Tuesday August 26 and Wednesday August 27. I’ve attended for three years now and though I haven’t sold a picture book … Continue reading

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“Suffering Writer’s Conference Networking Block”

Networking at the SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators) conference was a flop. In everything I’ve read about conferences and certainly in my own writer’s group I’ve heard how important it is to network at writer’s conferences. I … Continue reading

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Day After SCBWI Conference

As I step out into the cool crisp dawn, tree silhouettes against the orange sky, I feel awake and alive. The crows caw and cats look up, wondering why I’ve come outside. Maybe after being cooped up all day yesterday … Continue reading

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Finding Highlights From WriteOnCon

After much thought about how to best put the writeoncon information I gleamed from attending the three day conference, WriteOnCon out on my blog I decided to  just give this link; http://www.laurapauling.com/?p=1649 It’s called “Friday 5- my highlights from WriteOnCon” … Continue reading

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Write In One Genre or Two?

Writers question whether to stick to one genre or if it’s OK to write in more than one. There seems to be two schools of thought. One says it’s easier to get published if you  write in only one, that … Continue reading

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