Resources that I’ve found helpful on my writing journey.*

(This page is hasn’t been updated since 2016, I’m in the midst of updating it, as of 6/14/2017.)

The Beginning

On Starting a New Project Before Finishing the Old One

Writer’s Block & Procrastination


Titling Your Story

Editing & Revising

Querying Your Manuscript

Writing the Sequel(s)

Dear Writers Who Are Teens or Children:

Wrinspiration (Writing Inspiration, Pep Talks, Humor, whatever it takes to get you back writing…)

The Lingo

On Writing Diverse Characters/On Diversity (or the lack of) in Children’s Literature

Writing about “Taboo” and/or “Edgy” Subjects in Children’s Literature


Book Lists In the end, there’s no better way to learn how to write than by writing and reading, so here are some book lists that have helped me:

*I list these links because I’m often asked for them. However, they are what work for me, as a writer. Please take what you need and ignore the rest. As a young writer, starting out, I didn’t know how to do that. I took everyone’s advice and so by the time I was done, my stories didn’t sound like me and weren’t what I set out to write. As I wrote in this post on not giving up, in the end of the day, if you don’t write it, you can’t edit it. So get to it. Stop procrastinating. Stop looking for more advice. And enjoy the process. Happy Writing!

I’m happy to answer additional questions. Feel free to contact me!)



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