Literate Lives New Blog Schedule


Beginning next week, Monday, March 6, I will begin posting on Mondays and Thursdays, rather than my Tuesday/Thursday Schedule.

My initial thought with the Tuesday/Thursday schedule, was to post a brief, something to think about post on Tuesdays and a more substantial post on Thursdays. However, I have not been able to keep myself to that pattern. (There’s a reason I’m a novelist!). Therefore, I am switching to the Monday/Thursday so that readers will have closer to equal time to read and enjoy each post.

See you on Monday with “Best Books of March.” Be ready to share your favorite read. It takes you and me to make that plural–“books.”


2 thoughts on “Literate Lives New Blog Schedule

  1. Hi! I just found your blog. I like what I have read so far! I think that you should do what works best for you.

    I am new to blogging and am just starting out with being serious about writing. I look forward to reading more and hopefully learning where to go from here. I’ve been posting short stories on my blog while I am trying to edit my novel. (I’m really having a hard time figuring out how to fix things.)

    Do you think the scbwi will ever have another shmooze in Salem? It sounded like fun. I go to the willamette writers meetings, but there aren’t many children’s book writers there.

    Thank you for the great posts! I look forward to reading more.


    1. Hi Summer Bird!
      Thanks for your encouragement. Our Salem SCBWI Schmoozes are held the last Saturday of each month. There are Oregon SCBWI Schmoozes and workshops that take place throughout the year and all over Oregon. Just go to the SCBWI website and check out the Oregon region. When I get the announcement for the March Schmooze, I’ll post it here, as an addition to this comment.
      SCBWI is a great organization for writers and illustrators of children’s and teens’ lit. It’s good for beginners and pros, and the people are great–welcoming and encouraging. I hope you’ll be able to check us out soon!


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