Summer’s flying by.
In just over a week, we go back to school at home. Hard to believe it, but Sir I. is going into third grade, Miss M into first grade, and the Baron into pre-K. I’ve stockpiled my school supplies, got in a big box of curricula and workbooks, photocopied, printed, and hole-punched worksheets galore. Now I need to tackle the schoolroom!
This week also brings the first post in the 2012 edition of the Back To School For Writers blog series. For the next seven Wednesdays, a guest poster will share their knowledge and expertise on a subject that is too often shrouded in misconceptions or portrayed wrongly in fiction. I’m thrilled about the series and I expect to learn a lot. I hope you will enjoy it, too!
On Monday I talk about (maybe) finding my genre and on Friday I give you a sneak peek of my latest fiction project.
Liana Mir says
Fun, fun, fun. 🙂
I hope so! 😀
Carrie Daws says
We attempted to start school last week, but all-in-all only got about two days worth done. This week. we’re back on schedule!
I always plan on a slow start and a ramping up. I realized, looking at our schedule, that our first three weeks of school are only four days long each. Ah, well. 🙂
Hard to believe it, but Sir I. is going into third grade, Miss M into first grade, and the Baron into pre-K.
Hard to believe? I’ll say!