Category Archives: 12×12

Titbits of information for Writers

Hi, I’ve been missing in action here on my blog for a while so thought I would share some writing resources, titbits of information and some exciting news. In the world of writing it is as I have come to … Continue reading

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Hi Everyone, After a hectic few weeks it has been lovely taking time out to relax away from work, catch up on some revision and even draft a new picture book story for my June 12×12 group. Also I have … Continue reading

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“Perfect Picture Book” – Friday

Angel Coming Written by:  Heather Henson Illustrated by:  Susan Gaber Published by:  Atheneum Books for Young Readers an imprint of Simon &Schuster Children’s Publishing Division.  2005 Age:  3 – 8 years Theme:  patience, new baby, waiting, preparation First Lines:  Mama … Continue reading

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Looking ahead – 2014

  The first two days of the bright, sparkling New Year has been about catching up with dear friends.  I love it when I hop on Facebook for a few minutes only to have a writer friend or two pop … Continue reading

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READING FOR RENN – One Kid Trying to Help Another Battle Epilepsy

As you know I have been away overseas visiting with my nephews, and on returning home I was reminded of a couple of other young guys whom I have come to know rather well over this past year.  They have … Continue reading

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No April Fool Joke!

Hi everyone!   Hope you had or are having, a wonderful Easter break.  We had a wonderful time down country, about 3 hours drive away at a Jazz Festival and market day.  Lots of wonderful activities for kids, music, singing, and … Continue reading

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