I've gotten back into the swing of submitting recently, and my experiences now have felt a little different than back when I tried for a year of 100 rejections. So I decided to look at the numbers to see - are things different?
This prompt is sort of a silly one and doesn't involve much creative writing. But it should be fun and might spark an idea or two!
I was tagged by Lori - thank you!! RULES: Thank the person who tagged you!Link back and credit the original creator (GoodeyReads)Answer book questions about yourself.Answer the other questions about yourself.Change the last 5 questions when you tag someone else (if you want! – the more random the better)Tag at least 3 people.Have fun! (ooh, … Continue reading Get to know the blogger tag
How accurate is The Town That Dreaded Sundown? Let's look at the facts!
Three YA books where tarot cards are used in very different ways...
Here are six trends I'm seeing in YA books with 2019 release dates.
I don't often write poetry, but this prompt is always a fun one.
Most teenagers are super excited about getting their driver's license. Car accidents, drunk driving, hitchhikers - getting your driver's license suddenly became your worst nightmare.
Querying feels like a roller coaster. All the anticipation building, and then when you get a response, you're screaming (either with frustration or happiness).
This writing prompt involves only writing one sentence. Can you do it?