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Tips for Writing a Book: How to Get Your Child's Work Published

Tips for Writing a Book: How to Get Your Child's Work Published

Do you have a budding author in your home? Are you looking for tips for writing a book? Nothing is more rewarding for young writers than seeing their work in print. Your enthusiastic writer will be thrilled when all of the hard work pays off and their work is published. There are a variety of ways to get your child's work published: Create a single copy. Many parents looking for tips for writing a book with their child quickly discover that publishing a single copy is actually more afford … Read More

Tips for Writing a Book: How to Get Your Child's Work Published
Do you have a budding author in your home? Are you looking for tips for writing a book? Nothing is more rewarding for young writers than seeing their work in print. Your enthusiastic writer will be thrilled when all of the hard work pays off and their work is published. There are a variety of ways to get your child's work published: Create a single copy. Many parents looking for tips for writing a book with their child quickly discover that publishing a single copy is actually more afford
Writing Tips for Kids: How to Organize Your Stories
Did you know that the writing methods you choose can affect your creative process? Organization is particularly important to your writing success, allowing for a clear mind, smooth-flowing thought process, and proper story development. But how OCD do you have to be to prevent a major disaster? Keep yourself on track with these practical writing tips for kids: Clean up your act. Organizing your jumble of story ideas can help you identify the best options for a given writing project. Wading th
How to Write a Book: Advice From a Published Author
Is your life full of crazy ups and downs - drama, suspense, romance - mixed with colorful, over-the-top characters? Have you always wanted to learn how to write a book, but upon sitting down with only your writing medium and your mind, you're not quite sure where to start? We recently chatted with TakeLessons writing tutor and professional journalist, short story, and fiction writer Sarah B., to pick her brain and find out her advice for aspiring writers who want to know the "secrets" of
Why Is College Writing So Much Harder Than High School?
Struggling with your college assignments? Learn the truth about college writing skills, and the changes you'll need to make to succeed, in this article by NJ teacher Matthew H...   In another post, I had discussed the relationship between academic and creative writing. Bottom line: no difference. Good writing is good writing. So why is it that most university level expository writing (and similarly titled courses) demand so much more than even AP level high school English classes?
8 Great Grammar Games for Kids
Learning grammar can be a challenge for kids - as well as for adults re-learning concepts long forgotten! So instead of making grammar boring and dry with hours spent bent over a book in memorization, try adding a few fun grammar games to your daily life. Before you know it, your kids might start pointing out your grammatical shortcomings. In Other Words Looking for grammar games to expand your childÂ’s vocabulary? Try playing this simple game. Make a statement, then take turns with your

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