First of all, thank you to the readers from Moldova and Bahrain, two new countries reading Writermorphosis as of this week. WELCOME!
This week you joined readers from the U.S., Canada, Russia, China, The U.K, and Germany in reading this blog. So thanks to all those of you who show up here each Saturday to check out the weekly post. I see you there in the stats, and I'm so glad to have you coming by!
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL!
Today Writermorphosis has news:
After more than 2 years of
1.) Fabulous YA and children's authors sharing their tips on the craft with us here on the blog via the "Each One Teach One" interviews
2.) Updates on Contests & Opportunities for Writers and Illustrators
3.) Info on which agents and Publishers might be seeking your type of book...
Writermorphosis is going on a 6 month Haitus.
1.) It's not because I don't love you. :)
2.) It's not because there aren't more well-published, fabulous children's and YA authors still willing to give their wonderful tips on this blog. (Thanks guys!)
3.) It's simply because I (Janelle) need time to finish up some work on my own books, and with posts and interviews it's hard to keep up.
So, beginning January 1st we'll be taking "a break from interviews and posts" until July 2014.
BUT don't worry! The final post which will go up the first week in January (2014), will show you how to easily find the great author tips shared here over the past two years -- they're linked by category. So if you're looking for help on Plot, Character, Setting, Voice, Picture Books, Historical Novels, Research, or any number of other hot writing topics, you will still find tips from Best Selling Children's and YA authors here to help you -- even over the next 6 months.
PLEASE FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER (JanelleYALit) to keep tabs on when the blog posts will begin again in 2014 and to hear any special Writermorphosis announcements!
Don't take a break from your weekly Saturday visits here just yet! Our final interview of this season will send us off with a BANG tomorrow!
We'll have a great interview with tips on VOICE from fabulous YA paranormal author, the great Megan Miranda (author of Fracture)!
Don't miss it!