I love tricks–the stealthier, the better. So when my brain came up with a few tricks to keep me working through the summer, well, butter my butt and call me a biscuit! You wouldn’t believe how much I’ve accomplished this summer and it’s only July!
Want to know my tricks? Check out my post, “The Trick To Working in the Summer” over at The Muffin. I guarantee superior stealth and optimum results.
And because we’re all about sharing the writing gems here, I’m passing along one more trick that I didn’t mention at The Muffin: Kidlit Summer School 2015!
It’s a day late for preregistration goodies, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still get in on some awfully good stuff! Honestly, last summer, Kidlit Summer School really gave me the push (and lots of tips) to get my Middle Grade novel going–and I had SO much fun, I didn’t even notice I was working.
Come to think of it, I worked like a dog. But a really happy dog. So hey, who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? (Even if it’s summer!)
Aaannd…I’m off to the Muffin!
Congratulations on all the work you’ve gotten accomplished! Yep, I’m going participate at Kidlit School as much as I can in the midst of getting ready for school teaching. And I’m also reading Kate Messner’s Teacher’s Write Summer Camp on her blog. Lots of great things going on. And I finished 2 novels I had been waiting to read. Happy Writing & Reading!