What Happens to a Story After “The End”

So what happens to a story after you write “The End”? 1. You can stop there. Yesterday, you had a vague idea that was trying to claw its way out of your mind. Today, you have a story. That is a big fracking deal. 2. You can share it with your friends and family. 3….

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Every Cat Has A Story

Saturday, 9 January 2016, was the first meet-up to the Bayong ng Kuting writing workshop. 26 of the 70 participants who signed up for the workshop came to meet moderator Mina V. Esguerra and kidlit author and teacher Gabby Lee, who shared best practices for writing children’s stories. The challenge now is to be able to write 1,000…

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Join the 2016 Samsung KidsTime Authors’ Award (SKTAA), 5 February Deadline

In partnership with Samsung Electronics (Samsung), the National Book Development Council of Singapore (The Book Council) is excited to announce the second iteration of the Samsung KidsTimeTM Authors’ Award (SKTAA)! Supported by Samsung and organised by the Book Council, this award will seek to give both published and unpublished authors the chance to see their…

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Sign Up to Join the BAYONG NG KUTING Online Class

Signups are now closed. First meeting will be on Saturday, 9 January 2016. In January 2016, we will be writing new short stories for children, based on the book BAYONG NG KUTING (A Bagful of Kittens) by MAE ASTRID TOBIAS, published by Lampara. Stories finished during the class may be selected for an upcoming anthology….

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