Day 27 – Miriam Laundry Cites The Golden Rule

The Prompt

Write a story for children. Prompt is “The Golden Rule,” treat others are you wish to be treated.

The Author

Miriam is a best-selling children’s author who loves to empower children to believe in themselves. She does this through her own books and by helping other authors write and publish their books.

Learn the formula Miriam uses for outlining every single one of her award-winning books:

The Children’s Book Blueprint [free training & PDF]
www.miriamlaundry.com/blueprint

Read A Book, Support An Indie

Reads & Company Logo

This year’s StoryADay May official bookseller is Reads & Company, a privately-owned indie bookseller in Pennsylvania. Any purchase from the site this month supports Reads & Co.

Leave a comment and let us know how you used the prompt, and how you’re celebrating!

109 – Writing For Minor Holidays

Minor holidays are a great opportunity for writers to show editors why they need to publish *this* story *now*.

Forget about the over-subscribed holidays of Valentine’s and Christmas. Instead, write about some oddball holidays. 

All StoryADay’s prompts in June will be tailored to these odd little holidays and anniversaries. Listen to this episode to find out why you might want to write an Arbor Day or National Handwriting Day story.

Plus some opportunities to give and invest in your writing.

NOTES: Get Well Gabby Foundation is collecting NEW books to be distributed to children’s oncology wards. Send them to PO Box 555, Ocean View, DE 19970 or contact your local hospital to see if they need donations. 

 

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