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Romelle Broas
Dental hygienist by day, writer by night, mother all the time
Dental hygienist by day, writer by night, mother all the time

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If you want to learn how to write, READ! Mentor texts helped me become a better writer thanks to +Carrie Charley Brown 's Reading For Research Month (ReFoReMo) Challenge and author-educators, +Tara Lazar +Marcie Colleen +Susanna Leonard Hill and more to make it happen!

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* Seeking a literary agent?* There are a few hashtags you should follow. Read on...

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A WISH LIST from Carly Watters, Literary Agent!

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There is a Twitterfest/Twitterview going on this Thursday 9pm EST/6pm PST! Join me @herstory2 @kellypolark @gregoryGAllen @AshleytheEditor and others in a Q & A about publishing with +MeeGenius Children's Books. Use hashtag #MGAuthorChallenge

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What is the Perfect Pitch?
That's the question both my son and I ask ourselves. His perfect pitch would probably be one that strikes out the batter. My perfect pitch would strike up a deal with an agent or publisher.  Read on to find out what makes a perfect pitch. #pitch  

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How Twitter Helped Me Get My First eBook Published
Read about my journey in an interview with +Christie Wild and how social media can help you. #amwriting #picturebook 

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How Do You Know When Your Manuscript is Submission-Ready?
+Heather Ayris Burnell  investigates as she asks these published authors: +Mike Jung +Amy Dixon +Susanna Leonard Hill +Hilary Wagner +Yvonne Ventresca +Ame Dyckman  +Lisha Cauthen  THE QUESTION.

You may want to read this post first before sending your manuscript out to agents or publishers. Some great advice here.   #amwriting   #writingtips  

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Literature that Crosses Cultural Boundaries 
Is it okay to write material beyond your own culture? +Jennifer J. Chow explores that question and gives examples of published literature. #culture    #books  
"Observers can see a chess game more clearly than the players."-Chinese proverb

Do outsiders have a better perspective on different cultures?
#multicultural   #books  
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