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1. 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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2. 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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3. Comic: Bibliophile Breakup

 

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4. Comic: Hamster Writers

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5. Comic: Punctuation Breakup

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6. 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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7. Picture books are food for the soul

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8. Keiko: Thanksgiving

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9. 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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10. Comic: Snowman Want Ad

Thanks to David Lubar for the caption!

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11. Comic: Snowman Writer Resolution

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12. Comic: The Writer and Santa

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13. 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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14. A comic for parents who work from home

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15. A comic for those about to dive into NaNoWriMo or another writing challenge

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16. How we handle rejection is just as important as how we handle success

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17. One reason you should take regular breaks away from the keyboard

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18. HAPPY #CAPSLOCKDAY, EVERYONE!

More about Caps Lock Day.

More about Picture Book Month.

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19. Comic: Death and the Writer

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20. Comic: A NaNoWriMo Halloween

Don't forget to check out my friend Errol Elumir's daily NaNoToons during November!

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21. A comic for others starting NaNoWriMo tomorrow

Good luck, everyone! I'm "inkygirl" on the NaNoWriMo website, but I'm not sure how far I'm going to get in my novel since I'll be away for part of the month and also have a book deadline. :-\

BUT I just found out that you no longer have to start from scratch to participate in NaNoWriMo. You can also be working on outlines and other types of writing.

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22. Tip: Write first, edit LATER.

This is something I've been struggling with for years. My tendency is to try editing as I write and while this works for some writers, I know, I find that it bogs me down to a snail's pace.

What I'm trying for my new middle grade novel: to do a lot of in-depth prep and thinking about the structure ahead of time, hammer out a VERY rough first draft, and THEN revise.

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23. Comic: Daylight Saving Time writer

 

Hope you all changed your clocks last night!

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24. Comic: Productivity Tip For Writers, Sort Of

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25. Comic: Squirrel Writer Therapy

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