Monthly Archives: April 2013

Manuscript Critique Services

Originally posted on Ingrid's Notes:
Have you noticed the fancy new tab on the navigation bar above? It’s the one between “Contact” and “Who’s Ingrid?” Yup, I’m happy to announce that I am now offering manuscript critique services! Do you have a novel,…

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99 Problems But the Witch Ain’t One

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By Mary Pleiss When I was a little girl, the witches I knew came from fairy tales. They were old, ugly, and mean–life ruiners who cast evil spells with no provocation. My young friends…

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Crafting Teen Characters with Respect and Authenticity: Part 2

Originally posted on Ingrid's Notes:
Making Peace with the Adolescent Pre-Frontal Cortex: Crafting Teen Characters with Respect and Authenticity Part 2: Teen Traits (5 through 8) By Jessica Denhart In the part one of this article I talked about the…

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Crafting Teen Characters with Respect and Authenticity: Part 1

Originally posted on Ingrid's Notes:
(Ingrid’s Note: Yup, it’s April. But I’ve still got three fabulous Dystropian posts to bring you. So it’s now April Dystropian Madness! ) Making Peace with the Adolescent Pre-Frontal Cortex: Crafting Teen Characters with…

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