I finally cracked open Magazine Markets for Children’s Writers 2013 because—well, I’ll let you read all about it over at The Muffin.
And because I can never get enough of how-to-write books (as you know by now if you read my WOW! post), I’m adding Jessica Bell’s Adverbs and Cliches in a Nutshell to the queue. Partly because of this lovely review by Margo Dill. But also because there’s a special WOW! deal going on now.
But you already know that if you’re a subscriber to WOW! Women on Writing. And if you’re not subscribed then quit reading right now and do it.
(Did that come off a little bossypants? I felt like it might be a little bossypants. I’m not going to change it, mind you. Just wanted you to know that I know. And when I finish reading all these books, I’m going to know even more.
Wow. It’s kinda scary, right?)
You’re allowed to be a bossypants. We love it when you get into peer pressure mode. 🙂 Good things result.
Oh, yay, Lisa. Maybe I should do that more often–and follow my own bossypants advice! 🙂
Strong leaders have strong opinions and I tend to agree woth yours. That’s from one bossy pants to another.
And why I love you, Linda! 😉