Rita Lorraine Articles 333
Hello Everyone! I'm a former educator of 20+ years with an advanced degree in School Psychology and I'm currently a full-time children's writer, ghost writer, and freelance editor. I earned the 2014 SCBWI Letter of Merit for an unpublished Multicultural manuscript; I am the 2012 Lee and Low New Voices Award Winner; I am the author of Getting a Job in the Food Industry (Rosen Publishing, 2013), Getting the Most Out of MOOC: Massive Open Online Courses (Rosen, 2015); The Right Degree for Me in Healthcare (Rosen, 2015); and African Americans of Chattanooga: A History of Unsung Heroes (The History Press, 2008). I am also a Media Professional for the New York Journal of Books, a member of SCBWI.org, and a member of 12x12 - 12 Picture Books, 12 Months.
Hi Everybody, Hope you’re well and warm. We’re still freezing here in the southeast! Just breezing through with another UN-editorial observation: Once is not enough! Read more
So, earlier this year, I read a post by C. Hope Clark of FundsForWriters fame. She wrote an article called The Year of Not (great post, Hope!). In it, she talked about all the things she was... Read more
Hi Everybody, Breezing through with a review of one of the best self-publishing manuals I’ve read lately: The Self Publisher’s Ultimate Resource Guide. Read more
Hi Everyone, Breezing through during these last days of 2014 to bring you my latest un-editorial experiences in the world of writing. Today I want to discuss the top twelve ways to make your... Read more