Now that Nellie is busy impressing an agent, I will start my quest for fiction. I want to make something up, something that matters. Step one is to relisten to Angela Hunt’s tapes from Mt. Hermon. Once they get me rolling, step 2 is to apply Donald Maas’ lessons to what I write. My school kids asked me to write about a family that stays together. I thought that was interesting because even kids know that keeping marriages together is important. I smell popcorn – better go see if I can mooch some.
Published by Jane Carlile Baker, Author, Editor, Teaching Consultant
Jane has loved writing from the time she learned to hold a pencil. Her writing journey moved from that pencil to personal computers through the seventies, she edited for a hospital public relations department. The eighties found her owning a public relations business, publishing newspaper and magazine articles, and directing communications for a large church. In the nineties she published her first book and led critique groups and writers' workshops. In the twenty-first century she became a teaching consultant for the National Writing Project, published several more books, and began an editing business. Jane also loves raising chickens, dogs and alpacas, gardening, oil painting, swimming and hanging out with her family. View all posts by Jane Carlile Baker, Author, Editor, Teaching Consultant
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I have been told my life or parts of it should be a book…………but I could never do it. You could..fiction style! This is your daughter/neighbor by the way.