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If You Love Romeo and Juliet…

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Where Love of Woolf Will Lead…

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Exciting news:  I am planning on starting a literary magazine.  Feel free to read more about it here!

R.L. Stine By the Numbers


Some fun, writerly R.L. Stine figures from a recent Writer’s Digest article:

1.  He’s written about 100 Fear Street books and about 105 Goosebumps books (remember those, Generation Y?).

2.  He writes 6 days a week.

3.  He writes 6 Goosebumps books a year.  Each book starts with a 20 page outline (including a character list, dialogue, and every chapter ending), and each manuscript runs 120 pages.

4.  When he’s writing a book, he writes 10 pages a day, finishing most manuscripts in 3 weeks.

5.  He’s 68, has no plans for retirement, and is currently working on an adult novel right now, because he “wanted a challenge.”

6.  Number 1 piece of advice:  “The only lesson is, you gotta keep at it.”

Poems to Know

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One of my favorite bloggers recently sent me a link to this cool article:  20 American Poems Every Student Should Know.  I’m familiar with many of these titles but have only read a handful of them… so far.  Looks like I need to go back to school!