Tag Archives: WriteTips

Reading to Write, by Eva Polites

Every semester I will have at least one student who asks me, “what can I do to become a better writer.” Students who ask this are looking for the secret sauce. A secret sauce that hopefully does not involve too … Continue reading

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A Cafe Chat with Marcus Sedgwick, by Lindsay Bandy + SAINT DEATH Giveaway!

I’m so happy to host author Marcus Sedgwick at the Eastern Penn Points Café today! He’s the winner of a Printz Award for MIDWINTERBLOOD and two Printz Honors for REVOLVER and THE GHOSTS OF HEAVEN, and his books have been … Continue reading

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Tips on Writing from my Five-Year-Old, by Michele Lombardo

One day, my daughter wanted to know more about the progression of school. Was first grade after kindergarten? Second after first? I took her through each step of the process, from elementary school all the way through graduate school. She … Continue reading

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On Villains Real and Imagined, by Lindsay Bandy

Our theme for the month of November is A Creative Life, and for me, it all comes down to making sure my “creative” life and my “real” life are one. I never stop writing because I never stop thinking or … Continue reading

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