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About Angela

I am a retired elementary school teacher and the recipent of the Teacher of Distinction Award. My writing credits: a novella published in Fairfax Magazine" and a cover article for "Kids Today Magazine." I facilitated the writing of books by several of my first-grade classes. The books were printed, sold and distributed to other school districts' libraries. Proceeds from the sales went to the... More
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2/22/2011Please help a struggling first-time novelist!! (0 Comments )
Fellow writers:  I'm writing my first children's novel, featuring a paper doll who comes to life.  I've read that editors cringe when seeing manuscripts where inanimate  objects come to life.  Is this true?  Any... Read the rest of this post
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1. The Runaway Dolls (The Doll People) (Hardcover)
    Author: Ann M. Martin, Laura Godwin
    Illustrator: Brian Selznick
    Publisher: Hyperion Book CH
Ages 4-8 2/22/2011
Angela said: Dear Ms. Martin, I'm writing a children's novel featuring a paper doll who becomes alive for ages 8-12. I read in a journal that editors cringe when they see a manuscript (this will be my first nove...more
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Comment by Angela Saylor on 2/22/2011 at 10:24 AM:
I am writing a novel, with the main character being a paper doll who comes alive. Now I've read that editors cringe when your main character is an inanimate object who becomes alive. Can anyone help??? Thank you. Angela
Comment by Eric Hammond on 1/18/2011 at 5:28 AM:
Hello, Angela.
Welcome to JacketFlap.
Comment by Angela Saylor on 1/17/2011 at 6:13 PM:
I'd appreciate any suggestions about writing and/or submitting your first children's novel.

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