Write Outside Your Comfort Zone

At my first national writing conference, a well-established author critiqued my work-in-progress. He recommended that I set aside my contemporary story about an American-Indian girl and instead try a historical narrative with high action and “tomahawks.”

As a writer, I have received (and set aside) revision requests asking that I transform picture books into social studies lessons and characters into props… read more here! 

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