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12 Illustrator and 12 Writer Tips for 2015

12 Illustrator and 12 Writer Tips for 2015

This morning, my painting “Let It Snow” was featured on Kathy Temean’s inspiring writing and illustrating blog. Thank you, Kathy. 🙂

Let it Snow

Let it Snow

More importantly, Kathy has written two super posts about 12 Things Writers and Illustrators Should Do in 2015.

Here is the first post geared to illustrators: 12 Tips for What to Do in 2015 – Part 1.

Here is the second post (which is today’s) geared to writers: 12 Things to Do in 2015 – Part 2.

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Five Steps Your Child Should Follow If They Run Into A Bully

Five Steps Your Child Should Follow If They Run Into A Bully

Hi Folks! Indy here.

INDY - NOV. 1, 2012

 

Please join me over at Clarinda Cloud’s blog. I’ve been invited to share my bullying story. I also want to share five steps every kiddie should follow if they run into a bully. Continue reading “Five Steps Your Child Should Follow If They Run Into A Bully” »

Have You Heard of The Dragon’s Loyalty Award?

Have You Heard of The Dragon’s Loyalty Award?

Two weeks ago, up pops an email from Valentina, queen of the erratic blog, who awarded me “The Dragon’s Loyalty Award”. By the way, Valentina can’t decide if she likes her blog name. I do! Anyhoo, to think that in my last post I forget to mention how much I like blog awards. Although, a dragon is not my favorite beast, but the maiden is lovely.

dragonsloyaltyaward

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Do You Want to Know How to Write POV and Psychic Distance in Fiction for Young People?

Do You Want to Know How to Write POV and Psychic Distance in Fiction for Young People?

“The only reason for being a professional writer is that you just can’t help it.” Leo Rosten

 

If you’ve dropped in for a visit, then you’re reading the right blog. Well…almost.

Kim Taylor-DiLeva, Host/Founder, Writing for Children Live hosted a Free Live Teleseminar, Wednesday, Sept. 19th at 7:00 p.m. E.T.

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Did You Receive “It”?

Did You Receive “It”?

When the world says, “Give up,”
Hope whispers, “Try it one more time.”
~Author Unknown

 

“It” refers to my first post. I posted “it” Friday, September 13th, 2012 before noon. It appears, or I should say, my first post disappeared into blog sphere.

I will not. I will not. I will not give up. I’ll persevere just like the chipmunk in the next two photos that my hubby just sent me.

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