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Attend a Writer’s Conference? A Risk Worth Taking (Part 3)

By Catherine Hedge I am thrilled to be on my way to The Kansas Authors Club state conference today.  I know that when I walk through the door, I will be greeted with smiles and enthusiasm.  That won’t be because … Continue reading

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Traveling Times

June…July…August… We take to the road, sky, sea, and mountains when that old yearning returns.  Every since we were babies, we’ve needed to find out exactly what is on the other side of that door or hidden atop the table. … Continue reading

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Attend a Writer’s Conference? A Risk Worth Taking! (Part 2)

By Catherine Hedge What a delight!  I have just returned from a regional writer’s conference, The Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators of Kansas.  I spent the day learning from wonderful, creative speakers:  Sharon M. Draper, Jennifer Mattson, Karen … Continue reading

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Attending a Writing Conference? A Risk Worth Taking!

By Catherine Hedge When I was getting reading for my first writing conference in Salina, Kansas, many years ago, I was terribly nervous.  I figured there would be critics lurking about with long noses and red pens in hand.  They’d … Continue reading

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