Get your click on!

Happy Friday, everyone!

This morning, I woke up and thought to myself–wow–I’m SO in the mood to post about nutty nursery rhymes, how I learned to write, playing with words, writing humor, creating believable characters, and setting up critique groups.

But then I realized . . . yikes . . . that would take a lot of time and I’m on deadline.

(Not feeling any pressure, though . . . oh, no . . . not me! ;))

So why not let the ladies over at PENCIL TIPS: Writing Workshop Strategies from Children’s Authors and Illustrators do all the work? 

It’s an excellent blog with weekly posts by Jacqueline Jules, Pamela Ehrenberg, Mary Quattlebaum, Laura Krauss Melmed, regional member Pam Smallcomb, and Joan Waites about the above topics and more.  Click . . . I mean, check it out!

And remember, there’s still time to sign up for our regional Spring Into Action Conference on Saturday, March 12, 2011 from 8:50 AM to 5:15 PM at The Bishop Claggett Retreat Center in Buckeystown, Maryland.  It’s going to be a great one!

    “If you wish to be a writer; write!”–Epictetus

Now get your click on, get your write on, and have a great weekend! 🙂


About Laura Bowers

Laura is a writer, runner, reader, runDisney addict, blogger/vlogger at Write, Run, Rejoice and Joyful Miles, mom of two college boys, excellent chili maker, and obsessive list keeper. She clearly likes run-on sentences and adverbs. She also still thinks Spice World was an awesome movie and feels no shame about that.
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