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Amy Goodman-Brown Nov 14
Today I finished writing and submitting my children's board book, Timeout! It is a very simple story about utilizing timeout as a calming tool with a parent, as opposed to a specific place or chair for isolation. I think it's lovely.
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Michael Armstrong 3h
"I have had this same crisis with every novel I have written since. I am sure my idea is horrible, and that a new idea is my only hope…every new idea eventually becomes the old idea." - Ann Pachett
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Big Talk Books Nov 15
Our local has been such a support network on our journey to publication! 💞 Thanks to all who are supporting our journey to hetu g more mental health stories in homes & classrooms worldwide 🌍 we know our perfect is out there! #📖
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Dr Debbie Cannon 5h
Taking part in a crit group tonight and just loving reading the work of the others in my group. This is what Friday mornings in Costa were made for.
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Lucy Branam = ) 1h
📖 November is ! This one shows us that the grass on the other side (or on another planet) isn’t as green as what’s already under our feet. Day #16: Penguinaut! By Marcie Colleen Illo. by Emma Yarlett
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Elisa Boxer 4h
CONGRATS!! I remember you telling us about this at last winter. Exciting to see it come to life!
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Yasmin Kane (formerly Standen) 5h
Am heading to Winchester tomorrow for conference weekend. Looking forward to agent 1-2-1’s & speed dating 32 writers in 20 mins giving instant feedback to pitches. There’s a strike tomorrow Hoping to make it!
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Avery Udagawa Nov 12
Kansan member reading in Thailand today!
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Liz Freisen Nov 14
The best part about having my critique group meeting on Wednesday nights is getting to listen to Cultural Manifesto program on the way home! 🎶📝📖
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Paul Morton 3h
, , ok so Ive checked out the bacon and maple almond pancakes In copper joe’s cafe. Tick. See everyone soon.
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Male Author Nov 12
“Oooh, ahhh, that's how it always starts.” she whispered. She had breasts comparable to an aggressive berry and I longed to look up to her
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Deb Buschman Nov 11
Productive Saturday morning at the E.D. Locke Library in McFarland. Although we had a small group we used every minute to tweak our stories and the dreaded query letter. 2 new SCBWI members attended and it's great to be able answer questions to help them on their journey.
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Amy Ellerman 4h
So excited to see a familiar face in my inbox this morning! Congrats, —can’t wait to read Guitar Genius!
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Emily Ramquist Nov 13
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