February 5 Tips, Tricks, Thoughts on Writing

Birthdays: Herman Charles Bosman (1905), William S. Burroughs (1914), Margaret Millar (1915), Andrew Greeley (1928), Stephen J. Cannell (1941), Bill Strauss (1947), Terence Blacker (1948), David Wiesner (1956), Tom Eaton (1977)

David Wiesner Won the 1992 Caldecott Medal for “Tuesday”, 2001 for “The Three Pigs” and 2006 for “Flotsam”.

Quote: For it is not the story that counts. What matters is the way you tell it.” – Herman Charles Bosman

Tip: Go for a walk or do other exercise for at least ten minutes—more is better. Do this especially if you’re stuck on something. Fresh air and movement gets the blood flowing – and wakes up the brain.

Jumpstart: Your house is haunted. Who is haunting you and why? Are they friendly? Or evil?

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One thought on “February 5 Tips, Tricks, Thoughts on Writing

  1. I had to give some thought to the Herman Charles Bosman quote and find that I somewhat disagree. I think without the story, you have nothing to write and if the story is not written well, you’ve still got nothing. Thanks for the pause for reflection, Vicky!


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