Notice that one white-shirted character who is facing the back of the bus when everyone else is facing forward? Were you that person? Maybe looking the other direction meant you saw life differently and maybe you offered the rest of the world a unique perspective. I think Darcy Pattison might have been that character and still is. She looks at writing for children with an effectiveness that moves writers in a positive direction. She's hosting our blog stop today. Click here to visit her site and read my guest post about why revision is so difficult -- from a brain perspective. While you are there, her post about what to get from a critique is well worth your time. Remember to leave a comment so we know you were there and be entered to win A Warm Winter Tail and plush animal.
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