Tag Archives: Writing Inspiration

Two for One, by Anthony D. Fredericks

A Monthly Column by Anthony D. Fredericks Two for One This month, I’m dividing my usual 700 words into two mini columns. Enjoy! One The air was pungent with the bouquet of pine. Streams of early morning sunlight echoed through … Continue reading

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He Said, She Said . . . , by Anthony D. Fredericks

A Monthly Column by Anthony D. Fredericks He Said, She Said . . . A fourth grader in the rear of the auditorium raised her hand and asked, “What inspires you to write for children?” I thought for a moment … Continue reading

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An Interview with Award-Winning Author Pamela Tuck, by Laura Parnum

It is my pleasure to be speaking with award-winning children’s book author Pamela Tuck about her writing career, her inspirations, and her new book, Mother of Many. Pamela’s other books include Color Struck, The Adventure of Sheldon, the Mushroom, and … Continue reading

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Finding Inspiration: Nine Resources to Break Your Writing Rut, by Lori Ann Palma

  December is the time of year for good cheer and celebration, for family, friends, and festivities. And for most of us, it’s a busy month filled with shopping lists, long lines, and too much time away from our writing. … Continue reading

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