Top gifts for writers inspired by classic children’s books
Whether you write for young readers or you’re just young at heart, these products inspired by classic kidlit authors are sure to please your inner child.
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Roald Dahl teacup
Put a kettle on and figure out what to read with a fellow bookworm like Matilda.
I began to take whatever steps I could think of to make myself ready to make the leap. For instance, I started saving intensely, making my own lunches, cutting back on driving to save on gas money, etc.
By most accounts, there are more than five senses. Some experts say there are seven, some as many as 20. But narrowing in on at least the five classical senses can lend a much-needed “sense” of detail to your writing. Here are five prompts for each of those five classic senses.