I thought it would be fun to highlight some older posts this month. We’ve crafted over 3,000 posts since we started Two Writing Teachers in June 2007! Our posts are archived by month and categorized by subject. You can use the search bar, category menu, and archive month drop-down at the bottom of the blog to locate what you’re looking for. However, I thought I’d pick out several posts to re-feature this March.
This Week’s Theme: Finding Topics to Write About
- Fierce Wonderings by Ruth
- Living Like Writers: Collecting Stories by Ruth
- One Time Stories by Ruth
- Share Your Story by Ruth
- Strong Emotions Minilesson by Stacey*
- Strategy: Use Photos to Tell a Story by Stacey
- Take a Look Around You by Stacey
- The Power of Place by Ruth
- The “Stuff” of My Summer Life: Collecting Ephemera by Stacey
- Thoughts About Working with a REALLY Reluctant Writer by Stacey
* = If you’re a “Seinfeld” fan, you can imagine I hesitated referring to myself in the third person. I toyed with writing me, but it looked funny. I went with referring to myself by name for consistency reasons (despite that “The Jimmy” episode from “Seinfeld.”)
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