In memory of a Livi, the little girl in my neighborhood, who died when her family’s car was hit by a drunk driver. One year ago.
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I recently finished writing The TALE of TWO BRADFORDs, a children’s novel. I’ve posted Chapter One… I would love to hear your thoughts. Does it appeal to you? thanks!
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For all those under snow spring is coming…it’s here
(in the south) spring is in the air…literally!
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In honor of Theodore Geisel’s birthday March 2nd–known to most of us as the amazing Dr. Seuss, I have entered Vivian Kirkfield’s #50PreciousWords kidlit writing challenge.
Story must be 50 words or less for kids 12 and under and have a tiny arc structure.
The Ant and the Inchworm – 49 words
Ant went for a walk.
He met Inchworm.
“Pardon me,” Ant said,
“I need to get by.”
“Me, too,” replied Inchworm.
They stood and stared.
Finally, Ant said,
“If you will move an inch to the right,
I will move too.”
Inchworm moved right.
Ant went on his way.
With Hopeful Heart! – The 3rd Annual Valentiny Writing Contest!!!
Rules – Write a children’s story (for ages 12 or younger) using no more than 214 words with the theme being hope.
Dancing Hearts – 200 word count
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