This Blog Wants You!

Hello friends! I hope you enjoyed the guest post by Kitty Felde about Book Clubs for Kids. What a great idea!

Our area is teeming with talented writers and illustrators. All of us here at ATEB would love to hear from you. If you have a topic you’d like to write about, send it our way! Go to the Submission Guidelines/Monthly Themes  tab for all the information you need to contribute to the blog. As a quick reminder, below are the monthly themes for the remainder of the year (Can you believe there are only five months left in 2015?):

August:  “Summer Beach Reads – What is Your Favorite Children’s Book?” How did it impact you as a kid and now as an adult? Or, what is your favorite craft book?

September:  “Harvesting Ideas – Where Do You Get Them From?” Tips for harvesting ideas, or what has inspired your books, we want all the juicy details!

October:  “NaNoWriMo/PiBoIdMo – Get Ready to Go.” Plotting, Outlining, Scrivener How-to, Research, and any other ways you prepare for the big event.

November:  “Off the Wall.” With many writers digging deep this month, now’s a great time to share ways to break through writer’s block, stay motivated, and resist distraction!

December: “Revise, Revive, Reinvent.” December is a great time to let those November projects breath. So let’s prepare for January by sharing ways to Revise your manuscript, ways to Revive your creative spirit, or Reinvent your career through goal setting!

Happy writing, illustrating and hopefully a little blogging! 🙂

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About Susan Mannix

Susan worked as a biomedical research editor for the Department of the Navy for fourteen years and has been a member of SCBWI since 2007. She writes young adult and middle grade novels. When she isn’t writing, she spends her time doing all things horses, including attending her teenaged daughters’ many competitions. Susan lives in Maryland on a small farm with her husband, two children, an adorable black lab, two cats, and three horses.
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