Swagger posted a sidebar answer to Week One's Warm Fuzzies question by last Friday and then formalized it into a posting on Monday, so I guess that gives us five points for last week?
As lucky winners of Saba's book, Swagger held an intra-Swagger dice roll and the winner is Regina Gort!
Jon Egan is pouting that we don't have more male followers (seven, and two of them are Swaggers), but that seems to be pretty typical of writing and reading blogs. Especially blogs about writing for kids. Don't you think? And we are THRILLED about the more than fifty followers we have attracted in less than a month. Thank you! And keep on coming!
Now to Warm Fuzzies Question #2. Teaser pics of our WIPs and what inspires us.
Gina's oldest daughter, Gwen, keeps her motivated and keeps the poetry coming in waves. You might say she is Gina's first mate in the ocean of life.
Graziella says what inspires her writing is her love for Italy and for this great country, the USA. Here's her WIP:
Melissa's WIP and more details about what inspires her on her blog http://melissakline.blogspot.com/ :
Kathy is inspired by reading histories, diaries, newspapers, & vintage books. She has a small collection of text books more than a hundred years old, & just holding one of them can often put her into the mind of a child who may have studied from that very book. Old book + imagination = Inspiration. Here is her WIP photo:
And finally here's what Kim's working on:
So anyone want to take some guesses, especially on some of the harder ones?