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Linkfest: Children, Writing Tips and Granny’s Health Plan
Posted on October 17, 2012 by Jennifer Jensen
I’ve been saving links to blogs I really liked, some new and some old, and it’s sharing time! And not just blog links – there’s an ROW80 goal update at the bottom. Some heart-warming, life-affirming, thought-provoking, general feel-good stuff: Kids don’t just go to school, play, and do a few small chores – they can help in big things, too! Leanne Sype’s son Sean has a caring heart, and a willing mind, as she writes in When Life Gives You Lemonade. Lynette Burrows shared a great post on keeping a child-like creativity. It’s kept me thinking … a lot! Over on Bliss Habits, Dani Nelson continues that thought with all the positive things you get when you live Life with a Side of Silly. Because what’s better than a smile? (Ignore the giveaway at the bottom – it’s over.) Reading Pretty LIttle Liars got Emma Burkhart thinking about the friendships … Continue reading →
Posted in Blog Mashups, Goals, ROW80, WRITING | Tagged author interviews, Chip MacGregor, creative writing, creativity, fantasy authors, fiction, friendship, health care, Jennifer Jensen, Kristen Lamb, Leann Sype, lemonade stand, literary agents, Lynette Burrows, Marcy Kennedy, novel writing, Piper Bayard, Pretty Little Liars, ROW80, sci-fi authors, Sean Sype, silliness, WANA, Write or Die, WRITING, writing fiction, writing life, writing novels | 7 Comments