For the last few months, we’ve been talking about how to create a homeschool printable. There are lots more printables to discuss, but today I want to look at what to do with the printbales you’ve created. Join me for a guest post on the Write2Ignite blog.
A unit study is a great way for kids to learn about a topic that sparks their interest. It is also a great way for writers to share their work and use all that “extra” information your research uncovered that just wouldn’t fit into your final piece. We’re talking about how to create unit studies […]
If you write for children, there is a growing market that you cannot afford to ignore—the homeschool market. The homeschool market is currently a billion-dollar industry with more than two million children homeschooled in the United States alone.1 But what does that have to do with writers? Join me today on Write2Ignite to find out! […]
Angry men bent on death. She broke the law, and she must die… Join me today on Write2Ignite to see how God can use the words you write to save a life.
Do you ever feel like you’re not sure where you fit or if you’re needed? I’ve wrestled with those feelings, and it struck me once that commas must feel much the same way. You’ll never believe what happened next. I’m sharing about it today on the Write2Ignite blog. Ever Feel Like a Comma?