Why join the Ignite Your Writing through Research adult workshop on Wednesday, December 6th from 5:30PM – 7:30 PM at the National Archives in Washington, DC?
- It’s FREE!!!
- Take a break from the stress of the holiday season and do something for yourself.
- Learn a new skill to help you with your hobby or burgeoning career.
- Move forward on that project you promised yourself you would finish.
- Spend time with people who enjoy the same things you do.
- Explore more of what the National Archives has to offer.
- I’ll be there! – (okay this one could go either way)
We will discuss why research is essential for all types of writing and engage in a hands-on activity designed to help you pull information from different record types and keep it organized for your writing project.
Space is limited, so sign up today!
What an exciting day! I received word that A Little Wicked had been named to the “Back to School Recommended Reading” list by BookWorks, a fabulous organization dedicated to Indie authors and their craft. Find the lists for all age groups here!
Being named to a list like this is wonderful recognition for A Little Wicked but is also a great way to learn about other books recognized on the list. I am looking forward to a new reading list.
Thank you BookWorks!
Librarians and Teachers:
Is your library part of the A Little Wicked Library Network? If your library holds a copy of A Little Wicked (thank you!) it should be listed on this map. The list was found at www.WorldCat.org. Please contact me with any changes. Thank you!
You may need the key! If prompted, enter ViewTheM@p and click the “Unlock” button.
If you have read A Little Wicked (thank you!), stay tuned for another blog post with a map where you can add your city and state to let everyone know Who Has Read A Little Wicked!