Writing Lesson 3.6-The Plot Thickens

Sandra Orchard has been our guest contributor this month. She “forgot” to mention in her bio that her unpublished manuscript won the Daphne DuMaurier Award in 2009. I don’t need to tell you that’s a pretty big deal! She sold her first story to Love Inspired Suspense the next year. If you’d like to read how she takes a story from the first glimmer of an idea to become a prize-winning manuscript that’s ready to submit to an agent or editor, click over to Go Teen Writers and read her September 6 article there.

And while I’m on the topic, may I just say that Go Teen Writers is an amazingly appealing and enlightening blog? I spent quite a while browsing over there and loved everything I saw.

Be sure to read the comment section, too. You’ll be encouraged to see how many others enjoy writing!

About Lynn Dean

Lynn Dean dictated her first story before she could write and continued to write stories, illustrate them, and bind them into books throughout childhood. As a homeschooling mom, she enjoyed passing a love for writing to her own children and ten years of co-op students.

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