Musings about Children's Books, Authors and readergirlz!!
I've run out and grabbed a bubble tea drink to see what it really tasted like mid-writing!
PJ,Thanks for sharing this! I've been feeling like I'm wasting too much time in the details, rather than finishing things up. Must work on the balance.
Balance is good, but learning the details make the whole experience so much more fun.BTW, I loved the Bubble tea, but my kids couldn't stand it.Good luck!
I've never tried Bubble tea. If I ever see a place that sells it, I'll try some in honor of you! Hope you like what you've written so far!
This is going to pay off for you! And for your readers. :)
Vivian: There are two minds with this. One (Ken Kalfus works this way) is to write the book through, leaving blanks where the "facts" must be. The other (which is my approach) is to read and read and stop and stop, because in the details often lie the story.It's fun work, I think.
Becky,I hope so! Thank you!----Beth,Thanks for sharing your process! Love to read these kind of things.
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