November 29, 2012

Writers: We're Often Inspired by...

Anything can inspire a writer.  But one place a writer can find a ton of inspiration from is his or her own life.


Hmm... ;)

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  1. So true. Also, if you keep a diary, read some of the past entries and you'll be like, "OOoh...aahhh!" That happened to me weeks ago.

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  2. Yes, yes, yes, yes. So true. My main character Galaxy is basically me except combined with a few new ideas because if I made her exactly me, she would be boring :)
    But I totally know what you mean! Did you really used to go to a public/private school?

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    1. I've actually gone to both. I went to public school for kindergarten and first grade, and I was REALLY not challenged there. Then I went to a private Christian school for second through fourth grade. I was more challenged there, but it wasn't perfect. Of course, homeschooling isn't perfect either, but it's working much better than the other two.

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  3. I went to public school for preschool and kindergarten. Then we moved and I've been homeschooled ever since.

    ~D. Skye <3

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  4. I have a question. When you're homeschooled, where does your teacher get the books and workbooks you need? I'm curious about that and how the whole homeschool thing works. :)

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    1. Well, when we've used textbooks, we can get them off of eBay or cbd.com or companies' sites. Sometimes we borrow them from other homeschoolers. I think most just buy from the publisher.

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