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The Accidental Farewell by J.M. Frey

So, here we are. At the end of a series, and the end of about five years of planning, plotting, scribbling, writing, editing, revising, rewriting, re-editing, re-revising, re-plotting, re-re-planning, and generally . . . just a lot of work. What is it like to finish...

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MIDDLE GRADE MONTH: Melissa Savage & Lauren Allbright talk about their release years

No one writes a perfect manuscript in the very first draft. I always share that with students because we often think it must be perfect the first time we write it. Nothing I write is perfect the first time. For me, by the time I’ve edited a manuscript to completion, I’ve changed about fifty percent of the first draft. The editing process is where my best writing happens.

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MIDDLE GRADE MONTH: Summer Reads

There’s this idea some grownups have that you have to trick kids into reading over the summer. That all kids think books are like chores or homework or running laps in gym. Author Will Taylor recommends some fun summer reads!

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Congrats to Michelle Richter on your Promotion!

Fuse Literary promotes Michelle Richter to Agent         June 19th, 2018 – San Francisco, California – Fuse Literary, the literary agency that focuses on technology, innovation, and expansion of storytelling into new media, today announced the promotion of Michelle...

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MIDDLE GRADE MONTH: Summer at the Library

“Public libraries are always ready to welcome new readers and to cultivate our regulars, but summer is the time when we put our best feet forward to make our point: we are here to engage, enlighten, and entertain through the medium of books. And there isn’t much we won’t do to get your attention. And library cards are free.”

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