Sunday, March 7, 2010


One of the reasons I love the children's writing community is the generosity of writers & editors, both debut and seasoned veterans. I have done a number of writing advice posts before, 39 to be exact. And today's is #40.

So link me up, Spock...
  1. Ralph Fletcher's Tips for Young Writers...and for us old writers too:)

  2. Nancy Lamb's 6 Ways to Make Your Book a Page-Turner

  3. Darcy Pattison's amazing blog chock full of so much advice I can't pick just one so here is the archive and be careful, you can spend a whole week here. Read, take a break and write following Darcy's spot-on advice, and then go read some more.

  4. Kim Blank's Wordiness, Wordiness, Wordiness List

  5. Harold Underdown's Getting Out of the Slush Pile and other fab Articles for Writer's

  6. Editor Molly O'Neill's What Do You Know to be True?

  7. Editorial Anonymous' 26 and counting posts on How to Tell You're Never Going to Get Published

And I finish this post with Robin Mellom's Finish Line.


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  2. Whoops! Hit the wrong button. Thank you for the great advice. I will look into these great topics.

  3. These links are wonderful - thanks, Jill!

  4. Wow! Thanks for all of the great links! Very much appreciated!

  5. Thanks for all of the links, Jill!



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