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Making it in the Middle: a new post at Literary Rambles

Making it in the Middle: a new post at Literary Rambles

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Excited that a new post of mine is now up at Literary Rambles! It’s all about my thoughts as a mid-lister, and what that means to an on-going career as a writer of children’s books. There’s also a book give-away included. So enter now, before January 21 st!

Check it out at: LITERARY RAMBLES.

Enjoy!

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               (Win a copy of William and the Witch’s Riddle at Literary Rambles . . . )

                                    (Also catch some recent interviews with me at: Deborah Kalb’s site and Michelle Bradford’s site.)

HAPPY NATIONAL POETRY MONTH!

HAPPY NATIONAL POETRY MONTH!

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YAY!  I love that poetry has its own month. Read some poems! Write some poems! Vote in the March Madness poetry playoffs at: http://www.thinkkidthink.com/  .  (We’re down to the final eight today!)

Check out this link on 30 ways to celebrate at Poets Org.: http://www.poets.org/page.php/prmID/94

Also, consider signing up for RhyPiBoMo–which translates as Rhyming Picture Book Month at: http://angiekarcher.wordpress.com/ . (You only have to commit to reading a rhyming picture book a day–10 minutes, tops! And to writing a poem a day . . . and to having fun. Plus, there will be a lot of good posts about writing–a new one every day. And I’ve written one which will be posted on April 8th!)  So stop by.

May all your days be lyrical!

Shutta

Interview with Chuck Sambuchino and Book Giveaway at Literary Rambles–Check it out!

Interview with Chuck Sambuchino and Book Giveaway at Literary Rambles–Check it out!

Check out this informative interview about building your writer platform, and you might also win a copy of Chuck’s latest book, CREATE YOUR WRITER PLATFORM: THE KEY TO BUILDING AN AUDIENCE, SELLING MORE BOOKS AND FINDING SUCCESS AS AN AUTHOR. It’s all at Literary Rambles.

Good info here. Thanks to Natalie and the folks at Literary Rambles!

Shutta