Plan for the future, because that is where you are going to spend the rest of your life.

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    • kidsshelfbooks 15 daysAuthor
    • Most of the children's books I write relate to childhood experiences. The books come very easy and there will always be a pool of references.
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    • allauthor 1 monthAllauthor
    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • suzanjohnson 1 month AuthorAuthor
      • I do this all of the time. My children's books are comprised of fictional events, as well as, tidbits of occurrences in my friends, family, and my own childhood.
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    • allauthor 1 monthAllauthor
    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • suzanjohnson 1 month AuthorAuthor
      • I would suggest that you don't stop writing, it is easy to stop but difficult to continue. As a writer, if I am having a hard time, I often times will switch what I am writing to another subject (ex: journaling), that gets me back on track.
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    • christineucowin 3 monthsAuthor
    • Hi Suzan if I could have told my younger self sometimes I’d tell it to pester my favourite Aunty, who lived in Sydney to take me to Sydney.
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    • allauthor 3 monthsAllauthor
    • If you could tell your younger writing self anything, what would it be?
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      • suzanjohnson 3 months AuthorAuthor
      • I would tell my younger self to "start". I should have begun sharing my work earlier.
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