I’ve compiled the top ten writing tips from this season’s guests to help get listeners psyched up for a creative, productive summer.
This episode embodies the reason this podcast exists. You count. You matter. Your creativity counts. Your happiness matters. It’s time to pour all the energy you channel into teaching during the school year into your creative process. Whether you are a budding or a blooming writer, these tips will help you deepen your creative practice.
Tip Number Ten: Write Alongside Your Students Featuring Carole Boston Weatherford, Kate Messner, and Jyoti Rajan Gopal.
Tip Number Nine: Write Someplace New Featuring Michael Leali, René Colato Laínez, Whitney LaRocca, and Jeff Anderson.
Tip Number Eight: Keep Notebooks Featuring Whitney LaRocca and Loree Griffin Burns.
Tip Number Seven: Dummy It Out Featuring April Jones Prince and Marcie Flinchum Atkins.
Tip Number Six: Plot It Out Featuring Zetta Elliott and Rukhsanna Guidroz.
Tip Number Five: Featuring Michael Leali, Veera Hiranadani, and Lisa Stringfellow.
Tip Number Four: Interview Someone Featuring Kristen Nordstrom and Tina Athaide.
Tip Number Three: Blog About It Featuring Pernille Ripp.
Tip Number Two: Bust Out of Those Boxes Featuring Laurel Paula Jackson, Loree Griffin Burns, and Tina Athaide.
Tip Number One: Practice What You Preach Featuring April Jones Prince, Erin Dealey, and Pernille Ripp.
Hey, before you go, I have a favor to ask. Chalk + Ink has one review on Apple. One is a whole lot less than 2,000. When you have one of those long, slow, summer moments, please take a minute to leave a positive review. Help spread Chalk + Ink joy.
Have you read Melissa Stewart and Sarah Brannen’s Summertime Sleepers yet? If not, why not? It’s the perfect book to help you enjoy summer’s slower pace. Plus, you’ll be supporting Sarah, who does our podcast art.
I can’t wait to talk with you again on August 26th, 2022. Until then, happy writing everyone!
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