Writing Tips from a Student Blogger

photo by dougwoods via flickr

photo by dougwoods via flickr

My daughter, Princess Kitten, just finished her fourth year of NaNoWriMo. In addition to working on her novel, she wrote a blog post of tips for other young writers:

An excerpt:

Sometimes it’s hard to get started. After all, a blank page is pretty scary. It’s kinda like a zombie—only instead of eating your brains, it eats your creativity. I wouldn’t be surprised if, second to writer’s block, a blank page was a writer’s worst enemy.

Go read the whole post on Kitten’s blog!

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About Denise Gaskins

I'm a veteran homeschooling mom who blogs about the adventure of learning, teaching, and playing around with mathematics from preschool to pre-calculus. If you enjoy my blog, please click here to check out my books. View all posts by Denise Gaskins

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