Read my, Reject a Hit, in Writer's Digest

Tired of reading the book, Goodnight Moon? I know I am.

We have many copies at our house: paper back, soft cover, board book, bigger board book, and a copy with a stuffed mouse. It's a classic which makes it a perfect book for Reject a Hit in Writer's Digest.

It's a fun type of article to write. You, the writer, pretend you're an editor rejecting a hit. It can be an adult book or children's book. I rejected, Goodnight Moon.

Here's the link. It's only in PDF form online but if you receive the magazine, check out pg. 74. And if you're interested in writing one of your own, the guidelines are listed next to the article.

To check out more of my writing, click on About at the top of my blog, Busy Moms Write.

Happy Writing!

Marcia Fowler

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Comment by Marcia Fowler on February 20, 2014 at 10:12am

Thanks for taking the time to read it. :)

Comment by Janice Perry on February 19, 2014 at 10:52pm

Fantastic! What is the deal with that cryptic book and who is that "old lady" hushing the bunny child?

Thanks for sharing your "Reject a Hit" with us, I really enjoyed it.

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