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Wielding the Right Words (and the right journals)

Wielding the Right Words (and the right journals)

hand writing Here’s the link to a new article I’ve written for Michigan’s SCBWI PAL newsletter about how words have their own personalities. And it’s also about how utilizing targeted journals is much more helpful than general journaling. (At least for me!)

It’s here: https://scbwimipalnewsletter.wordpress.com/2017/07/

Enjoy!

Shutta

New Interview with Shutta

New Interview with Shutta

 

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Recently, I had a fun time with questions asked by Deborah Kalb for her website. Check it out for some insight into the new book WILLIAM AND THE WITCH’S RIDDLE and into the way I write.

Shutta

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Autographed William and the Witch’s Riddle on hand . . .

Autographed William and the Witch’s Riddle on hand . . .
If you’re looking for an autographed copy of my latest book–look no farther. Nicola’s books (and Schuler Books) in Michigan have a supply of them on hand. Just order here: http://www.nicolasbooks.com/book/9781101932698

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Happy reading!

Shutta