1. So during the marathon we posted plenty of quotes from plenty of people. Some quotes were better than others. What’s the quote YOU would share about your two week experience?
2. If you could read an interview with any children’s book writer (picture book, middle grade, young adult), who would it be? What questions would you ask?
3. In less than ten minutes (9.9), jot down every idea you have for new books you want to write–any kind of book. Write one sentence on what you think each story is about. Pin this list up where you can see it.
I’m done with my first draft of the motor home book. I finished yesterday afternoon!
New Goal–a rewritten draft goes to Steve on Friday!
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Ha! I was just thinking this morning of making a list of ‘Rich Ideas to Explore’. Not rich in the money sense–we all know how that goes–but the juicy, enticing, energy inducing ideas that I don’t currently have a book for, the ones that I know I want to write at some point. 🙂
CONGRATS on getting the first draft completed!!!!!
I choose the second one (I did the first one last week and I do the third one all the time, though not in ten minutes, so that might be fun).
This will look conceited, but I’d like to read an interview of the children’s author, Sue Burton. Then I’d know I’d become one. I don’t know what questions I would like asked, but I know the worst one: Tell us about yourself. (Which isn’t really a question, but you get the idea.) If you want to shut me up tighter than a clam, say that to me.