Mary DeMuth posted an excellent article on her, "So You Wanna Be Published," blog. I don't often see the basics of sentence structure addressed, so I jumped on this one. I hope you find it helpful.
Last Sunday, my pastor told a story about the small village of Wauconda, located in the Midwest. Back in 1989, an atheist challenged their 40-year tradition of commemorating Christmas with crosses on the town's two water towers. Mary Mangan (age 18) and Patrick Mangan (age 17) were so inspired by the story that they wrote a children's novel. Mary's cousin, Kevin Sullivan Mooney, provided the illustrations. Pop over to their website for more information.
Have a super weekend!