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1. Comic: The Rejection

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2. Comic for other writers and illustrators working on their taxes right now

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3. A comic for other writers and illustrators who go through self-doubt during the creative process

A comic for other writers and illustrators who go through self-doubt during the creative process.

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4. New comic: Zombie writers

Thanks to Traci Van Wagoner, who provided the winning caption for the challenge I recently posted in social media.

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5. Productivity reminder: When online, DON'T FALL DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE.

Of course, this isn't based at all from my own experience.

Ahem.

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6. Comic: Bilbiophile Angst

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7. Comic: Punctuation Breakup

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8. A comic for Harry Potter fans

Some days I wish I hadn't read the Harry Potter books already just so I could read them again for the first time.

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9. Trying to make room for new books on my shelf by purging old ones but it's HARD. Here's how I feel.

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10. Valentine's Rejection

I'm heading for NYC for the SCBWI Winter Conference and meetings. If you're on Twitter, you can follow the action via the #NYC16SCBWI hashtag. If you see me there, please do say hi!

Happy writing and illustrating, all!

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11. Comic: Font Nerds

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12. Comparing yourself to others can suck joy out of creating. Find your own pace, savor the journey.

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13. Picture books create readers from the ground up. Don't rush children out of them.

"Picture books create readers from the ground up. Don't rush children out of them." - Jarrett J. Krosoczka.

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14. Be aware when research & prep becomes a crutch. At some point, you need to jump in & WRITE.

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15. Comic: Squirrel Writer Therapy

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16. Picture books are food for the soul

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17. Keiko: Thanksgiving

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18. Will Write For Chocolate Updated

For more WWFC strips, visit WillWriteForChocolate.com.

And in case anyone's curious, Esme is reading Teresa Toten's SHATTERED GLASS, just like I am. Such a good book!

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19. Comic: Snowman Want Ad

Thanks to David Lubar for the caption!

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20. Comic: Snowman Writer Resolution

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21. Comic: The Writer and Santa

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22. Comic: New Year's Resolutions (or not)

I have actually broken my resolution not to make resolutions and am going to make a resolution! See my blog post on KidLitArtists.com: New Year's Resolutions and Realistic Goal-Setting For Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.

Happy New Year's, everyone!

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23. A comic for parents who work from home

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24. Comic: Bibliophile Breakup

 

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25. Comic: Hamster Writers

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