Finding Writing Snacks (A Site That’s a Treat!)

Honestly? I find writing snacks all the time. Under the couch, in the pencil holder, around the keyboard. But those aren’t exactly the kind of writing snacks anyone but me might enjoy.

Writing Snacks, the website, was created by Dana Cleveland Konop and Melissa Thomas-Dubois, who happened to have an awful lot of good writing stuff hanging about that they wanted to share. So, we get to chomp on their writing treats!

This month’s treats include an interview with Jo S. Kittinger, a children’s author who manages to accomplish a whole lot, writing-wise. You’ll want to read what she has to say if you’re wondering how to get motivated.

There are several regular features as well at Writing Snacks…you’ll find grammar lessons, writing craft info, the business end of writing stuff, and monthly tips and tidbits provided by guest writers.

Now, who could December’s guest writer be? If you said Cathy C. Hall, you’re most likely a very astute, not to mention scathingly brilliant, individual, one I’m sure who would take advantage of blogging tips and tidbits right here.

And if you didn’t guess Cathy C. Hall, then you need to hang about here more often! (And hanging about Writing Snacks wouldn’t hurt, either!)