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A Tale of Two Doorways

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Electric Forest

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Buddy Bees

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On Publishing, On Writing, Thoughts

Yesterday I got bored

Yesterday I got bored during a meeting, so I wrote a children’s book manuscript.

Shouldn’t I have been paying attention to the meeting? Well, yes, and in a way I was. But my business partner had it handled, and she has a tendency to talk a lot anyway, so I just let her go. And I wrote a children’s book manuscript.

It wasn’t anything fancy, and it was done in a few hours–if that. It was inspired by a thought the night before that reminded me of my childhood.

Perhaps you’ll read it someday. But right now, I’m busy publishing other people’s children’s books. And what a wonderful task that is.

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Check out some of the books I’m working with right now:

Tillie is a memoir, written in a diary-like fashion by Tillie’s son, Mark Goldman, a Buffalo historian. It may seem like your average memoir, but Tillie tells the story of New York City during a unique and vibrant era–from the perspective of a Jewish girl, no less. This launches on Mother’s Day, but is available for pre-sale, and I can’t wait to see what everyone thinks!
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Photo Friday: Grey Reminder

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Photo Friday: It’s a marshmallow world…

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Photo Friday: Waiting for Santa

On Writing, Thoughts

Word Wednesday: Grin

The Word Wednesday challenge? Use this in some form of your writing this week. Whether it’s a poem, short story, a chapter, or an article, slip this word in, and then tag Sitting in Spilt Ink in it on Twitter (@SpiltInkPress) for a chance to be featured on the site! 

/ɡrin/

verbs

smile broadly, especially in an unrestrained manner and with the mouth open.

noun

a broad smile.

On Writing

Word Wednesday: Sailor

sail·or

/ˈsālər/

noun

a person who navigates waterborne vessels or assists as a crewmember in their operation and maintenance

The Word Wednesday challenge? Use this in some form of your writing this week. Whether it’s a poem, short story, a chapter, or an article, slip this word in, and then tag Sitting in Spilt Ink in it on Twitter (@SpiltInkPress) for a chance to be featured on the site! 

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Photo Friday: In The Shadows

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