Thursday, 17 July 2008

I Wish Someone Had Told Me That.


Would you like to pick the brains of successful children's writers on mistakes they've made and lessons they've learned? How about what inspires them and keeps them going? Check out the fabulous e-book, I Wish Someone had Told Me That published by The Children's Book Insider. In this e-boook over 60 authors share their inspirations, their thoughts and experiences. My own contribution begins on page 32. Get your copy now from http://www.write4kids.com/

9 comments:

Theresa Schultz said...

Hi Dorothy,

I look forward to reading your contribution.

Theresa
Stress-FreeParent.blogspot.com

Judy said...

Hi Dorothy,

How wonderful. I too am looking forward to reading your contribution. Congratulations and the book theme is a wonderful one.

Judy
http://www.localfoodconnections.com

Carma said...

I do wish someone had told me that too. This sounds like a must have type of book. I look forward to reading your portion.

This is such valuable advice.

Carma
http://carmaswindow.blogspot.com

Suzanne Lieurance said...

Hey, Dorothy,

Thanks for the tip. I'll have to get the e-book now.

Suzanne Lieurance
National Writing for Children Center
http://www.writingforchildrencenter.com

Lisa Kirby said...

Hi, Dorothy,

Thanks for sharing this. I can't wait to read your contribution. You're doing a great job, Dorothy.

Take care and have a great day.

Lisa Kirby
www.familyfunandfood.blogspot.com

Michael Knight Rambo said...

Thanks, Dorothy! I should check this out. (Although I'm not from the U.K. ... but I am part of the Commonwealth!)

Kathy Owens said...

Hey! Dorothy! I'm so lookin 4wd 2 reading ur contribution... I'm 15 and aspire 2 be a writer too... In fact, i'm writing a novel ever since I turned 11....! Do check out my blog! :)

quasivoid said...

It's amazing that we're at a point where such things can be shared. I look foward to reading your excerpt.

Eric said...

Very nice post Dorothy!

I know how it feels to be a writer whose work is inspired by life stories. I look forward to reading your contribution!

Eric
Imagyne.net