The train is rolling into the station on our big passage writing project. As my
co-conspirator partner-in-crime colleague cautions, it’s too soon to uncork the champagne. There is still work to do, of course, in the immortal words of the Isley Brothers.
We have two other projects we’re working on, too, so one train arrives for the disembarkation while another arrives and the passengers load up. And yet, we foresee a time when we’ll have completed what we’re doing now. Then what? We’re thinking. We’re big on thinking. In order to think, I always need to go looking for raw material to chip and chop. In that search, I found some items of interest:
SchoolTube: School videos. Who knew.
National Novel Writing Month: Coming up. Sharpen your pencils. And your wits.
First Book: Providing books to children in need.
National Writing Project: Writing prompts, resources, articles about writing and teaching writing.
Best Ever Teen Novels: Vote. Though how anyone could vote for anything else with To Kill a Mockingbird on the list is beyond me.
That’s all I got. I’m going back in.