Hi Math is Everyone and Fall Writing Frenzy Friends, This is the sixth week of analyzing the Fall Writing Frenzy winners’ work from 2020! Thanks for sticking with us and doing some amazing learning and growing together! To check out the week 5 analysis, go here! I missed posting last week but I'm so excited to … Continue reading Analysis Fall Writing Frenzy 2020, Week 6
Hi Math is Everyone and Fall Writing Frenzy Friends, Happy Veterans Day! I hope you get a chance to honor the veterans in your life, those who have passed away, and their friends and family who have also sacrificed. Sending a big thank you to all how have or are currently serving! This is the … Continue reading Analysis Week 1 Fall Writing Frenzy 2020
Hi Fall Writing Frenzy Friends, Everyone is a winner. I’m sure now that the “winners” have been announced, some people are elated, some people are sad, some people are sad for themselves but elated for others, some people are somewhere in between, but I think we ALL have a chance to learn and grow even … Continue reading Fall Writing Frenzy Call to Action
Hello Fall Writing Frenzy friends, Can you believe the winners will be announced tomorrow?!? Neither can we! But before we announce them, we have one last thing we'd like to share. Our main goal for the fall writing frenzy is to help writers grow in their craft, and we did so much of that this … Continue reading Fall Writing Frenzy Update
Hi Fall Writing Frenzy friends, Those of you who already know me know that I love learning, growing, and including everyone (my family has always been "the more the merrier" kind of people!) My wonderful friend Koloud looked through the Fall Writing Frenzy pictures and realized some representation for this season was missing. Thank you … Continue reading Update on the Fall Writing Frenzy – A New Photo Added
Hi Fall Writing Frenzy Friends, First of all, thank you all so much for being a part of our 2nd year of the Fall Writing Frenzy! If you were with us last year, I sure hope you had as much of a blast as I did than that you have just as much fun this … Continue reading Guide to the #FallWritingFrenzy Twitter Chat 2020
Hi Spring Fling Kidlit Participants, In true kidlit fashion, Ciara and I have a last-minute surprise for you! Our deliberations have been intense, and we just couldn’t stop at 19 prizes. Lucky for us, the amazingly generous Ellen Leventhal stepped up and is offering a picture book critique. Please make sure to show her all … Continue reading Spring Fling Kidlit SURPRISE!
Hi Spring Fling Kidlit Participants, Ciara and I are really enjoying all your phenomenal stories, thank you so much for sharing them with us and connecting with each other! If you want some extra fun while we read through the entries, we're having Craft Chats, Writing Exercises, and Prize Donor Trivia on Twitter under the … Continue reading Spring Fling Kidlit Update Twitter Chats
Hi Math is Everwhere Readers and Spring Fling Kidlit Contest Hopefuls, To check out where you’re submitting your gif-inspired kidlit story of 150 words or less, go here: https://ciaraoneal.weebly.com/spring-fling-kidlit-contest Just when you thought we were done, we have a surprise for you! We have one extra prize donor!!! To find out about the other prize … Continue reading Prize Donor Feature, Karly Caserza, Spring Fling Kidlit 2020
Hi Math is Everwhere Readers and Spring Fling Kidlit Contest Hopefuls, To check out where you’re submitting your gif-inspired kidlit story of 150 words or less, go here: https://ciaraoneal.weebly.com/spring-fling-kidlit-contest Today we have our eigthteenth prize donor in our Prize Donor Feature Series. She's a rockin', new Literary Associate at Olswanger Liteary and one of my … Continue reading Prize Donor Feature, Andrea Walker, Spring Fling Kidlit 2020
Tara is offering a picture book critique.
Charlene is donating a picture book or first chapter of a graphic novel dummy critique.
Renee is donating a Lyrical Language Lab Intensive Rhyme & Meter Self-Study Course
This self-paced course helps you build a strong foundation in the mechanics of rhyming picture books and poetry.
Hey Friends, Can you believe Spring Fling Kidlit is almost here?!? Hop on over to Ciara's Blog to see where you'll be submitting your story! (the rules are there too): https://ciaraoneal.weebly.com/spring-fling-kidlit-contest/spring-fling-entries Check out all the Prize Donor Features (still more to come): https://mathiseverywhere439319476.wordpress.com/category/prize-donor-feature-series-spring-fling-kidlit-2020/ Join us tomorrow (April 1st at 6pm PST/ 8 pm CST/ 9 … Continue reading Spring Fling Kidlit is ONE WEEK away!
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers and Spring Fling Kidlit Contest Hopefuls, If you haven't heard of Spring Fling Kidlit, or need a refresher on the contest is, check out all the info here: https://sites.google.com/view/springflingwritingcontest/main Today we have our fourteenth prize donor in our Prize Donor Feature Series. She is one of the most passionate, generous, … Continue reading Prize Donor Feature, Amanda Jackson, Spring Fling Kidlit 2020
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers and Spring Fling Kidlit Hopefuls, Today we have our twelfth prize donor in our Prize Donor Feature Series. She flawlessly connects education with fun and has such a beautiful outlook on our world… 🎉Kourtney LaFavre🎉 Kourtney is donating a picture book critique. What is your favorite thing about spring? Where … Continue reading Prize Donor Feature, Kourtney LaFavre, Spring Fling Kidlit 2020
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers and Spring Fling Kidlit Contest hopefuls! Today, for our eleventh Prize Donor Feature, we have one of THE COOLEST author-illustrator teams in kidlit... 🎉The Laceras🎉 Team Lacera is offering WINNER’S CHOICE: picture book critique (manuscript or dummy), first 5 pages of a middle-grade ms, or a query critique We asked … Continue reading Prize Donor Feature, Team Lacera, Spring Fling Kidlit 2020
never forget that "child door in" when you are writing
I grew up in the perpetual summer of Miami... But since I moved to Kansas City, seeing tiny pops of bright green shooting up from the frozen ground has made every winter worth it.
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers and Spring Fling Kidlit Hopefuls, Our seventh donor feature for our 18 prize donors is one of the most devoted, generous writers I know… 🎉Jolene Gutierrez🎉 Jolene is donating winner’s choice: a non-rhyming picture book manuscript critique, 750 words or less or the first five pages of a middle grade … Continue reading Prize Donor Feature, Jolene Gutierrez, Spring Fling Kidlit 2020
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers and Spring Fling Kidlit Contest hopefuls! Today, for our sixth Prize Donor Feature, we have debut-author illustrator and one of my wonderful critique partners... 🎉Korrie Leer🎉 Korrie is offering a picture book dummy critique We asked Korrie some spring-themed questions so you can get to know her more, and here … Continue reading Prize Donor Feature, Korrie Leer, Spring Fling Kidlit 2020
I used to be surprised at how generous and open the kidlit community was, but now I’m used to it, and grateful as ever! I try to return the favor when I can, and always respond when someone asks for help. What goes around comes around!
Alayne is offering a package of her webinars to learn directly from her!
Yevgenia is donating a picture book dummy critique to the Spring Fling Kidlit Contest 2020
Charlotte is donating a winner's choice prize of a picture book manuscript or dummy critique or first 5 pages of young adult critique, or a query critique.
Writer for children—reader forever…that’s Vivian Kirkfield in five words.
Ciara and I are super excited because we have finalized the prizes for Spring Fling Kidlit 2020!
Hi Math is Everywhere readers and Spring Fling participants! Ciara and I just adore our author-illustrator friends, so we decided to create a special category for this year's Spring Fling Kidlit Contest just for author-illustrators! Are you ready? Are you excited? Is that a drum roll I hear? Ta-da! The newest … Continue reading Author-Illustrator SURPRISE for the Spring Fling Kidlit Contest
Hey Everyone, If you're like me, you're shivering in the cold these days. Yep, I'm in California. Nope, it doesn't often get much colder than 30 degrees. Yep, I still think it's freezing. But NOT TO FEAR! Spring is on it's way, which means the #SpringFlingKidlit contest is on the horizon! Submissions will be accepted … Continue reading Announcement: Spring Fling Kidlit Contest Dates 2020
155 entries for the first #FallWritingFrenzy! Thanks for helping make this contest so great!