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Once upon a time I blogged about writing here on my blog. But at the start of 2012, I joined forces with my friend Stephanie Morrill and started blogging about writing topics over at Go Teen Writers.

Stephanie and I also wrote a book for teen writers. It’s called Go Teen Writers: How to Turn Your First Draft into a Published Book. This is a book for those who’ve finished a first draft and want to know what to do next.

So, if you’re a teen writer, or if you’re curious what we’re up to, come and visit the Go Teen Writers blog by clicking on the button to the left. The blog is a FREE place to learn and to meet other teen writers. Plus we have lots of giveaways and writing contests too. Hope to see you there! 

We also have a Facebook page that you can follow by clicking on the link on this sidebar.

There’s also a lot of great writing information under the For Writers tab on my website here. So take some time to dig around and see what kind of help you can find.

If you’re looking for a critique of your work, you’re welcome to enter my monthly critique contest here.

Feel free to copy this Go Teen Writers blog button and share it on your blog. And if you’d like to subscribe to the Go Teen Writers blog, you can visit the blog itself or click on the icon below.

 


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