Writing Photo Journal

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My first publication! Backpacker magazine ran a story I wrote about a trip my family and I took on the Appalachian Trail.

 

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This came today! Much needed details for chapter three. Time for research….
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Making a few revision notes for Book One while my students watch Romeo and Juliet.

 

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Making revisions on this gorgeous day to a chapter I’ve rewritten nearly 20 times.

 

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Not a bad way to end the week.

 

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I decided to frame my encouragement from Brad Meltzer and place it on my new writing desk.

 

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Writing Lake House Christmas to the beautiful sound of rain against my home.

 

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Making revisions to Bedlam’s Daughter on a beautiful day.

 

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The frame that will hold a picture of me with my published book. Positive thinking!

 

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Book Two finished! Off to my alpha reader.

 

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My husband met Brad Meltzer at a conference, who gave this message to me! Fabulous birthday present.

 

 

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My little notebooks I carry with me to jot down pieces of dialogue and details that come to mind. The closer one I used with my first two books.

 

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Writing the final chapters to my first book.

 

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Not uncommon to see this as I wrote Book One.

 

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Little reminders of my kiddos as I type.

 

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Not a bad day of work. 🙂

 

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How I outline. Each card is a different chapter and can easily be moved around.

 

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My four-year-old self would have to wait a few decades before completing a novel.

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