For Authors: Refine Your Craft

For Authors: Refine Your Craft

Support for the development of authors: Information gleaned by an experienced researcher

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For Educators: Tap Creative Potential

For Educators: Tap Creative Potential

Frameworks for activating and engaging creativity for students of all ages

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For Readers: Share the Journey

For Readers: Share the Journey

See examples, hear stories, and walk with her on the path as an exuberant published author celebrates writing

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Stronger Voice

If you have people tell you the voice isn’t strong enough, your language is probably too generic. Look for words that add more than one thing to the story. Don’t say your Main Character (MC) “sat down.” Instead say they “flopped” or “settled” or “parked” or “perched.” Flopped says they are relaxed and casual. Settled

Mind Mapping

Maybe you aren’t a linear person and using mind mapping would help you with your writing. I attended another presentation on mind mapping recently and thought, “Wow. That would help with picture book writing.” For those of you who like video, Susan Gregory offers the basics to get you started with mind mapping. I have