What Kids Taught Me About Writing

I hope everyone has enjoyed their long weekend so far. Just a quick note to share that I have a special guest post running at the blog Motherhoot. If you haven’t discovered this great blog yet, it’s a place where you can find a lot of moaning, groaning and laughing about family life. My post recalls how visiting an elementary school classroom and helping the kids to create their own adjective books reminded me about the joys of writing. I’ve been so caught up in all the book promotion and marketing tasks lately, that I haven’t had much time to sit down and write my fiction. That will come later, when I catch up. For now, I need to continue getting the word out about the books that I have available for sale so that I can make my love of fiction-writing a long-term, profitable career.

Stop by to read the amusing account of 8-year-olds discovering the joys of using adjectives, and leave me a comment there to know you’ve visited. What adjective describes you today?

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