Monthly Archives: April 2012

May Mid-Grade Madness!

Poor mid-grades. Always the middle child. Always stuck between picture books and young adult novels. Often confused for chapter books. Sometimes they just don’t get the attention they deserve, do they? Well, your friendly bloggers Larissa, Susan and I have decided to do something about … Continue reading

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Critique Groups

Thank goodness it’s Friday. As writers we’re often told that critique groups are an invaluable tool.  But, how do you go about finding a group in your region?  And, how do you find a group that is right for you … Continue reading

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Laura Ingalls Wilder Recognized as American Classic

Laura Ingalls Wilder has touched millions of people with her Little House series.  The humanity in the pages rings true and will forever hold a part of our hearts.  So, I am excited to share that she will be added … Continue reading

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Critiquing Guidelines

Hello friends! It’s Friday the 13th! Thanks to Edie Hemingway, our wonderful Co-RA, it is our lucky day. As many of you know, Edie periodically teaches workshops at her lovely Misty Lodge in Frederick, MD: I told you it was lovely! … Continue reading

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March Conference Report

Good afternoon! It’s your fearless threesome checking in to give you a quick recap of our Spring Workshop “Rx for Children’s Book Creators: Getting Your Stories Right.” Before proceeding, we apologize for the not-ready-for-primetime blog post that you may have … Continue reading

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