Writing is hard work and some days are better than others, but it’s worth the toil and rejection when I receive notes like the one I received this week from a media specialist at a Maryland elementary school: “I can’t keep your books on my shelves. Students line up in the mornings to check out your books.” I get shivers thinking about those kids waiting in line to read the words I wrote. That’s inspiration!
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