Five Principles to Follow When Blogging for Teens

I guest-posted at Almost An Author today! (Yes; I will get around to writing my next short story soon… Let’s just say that writing it has been a bit tricky. I’ve had the first draft done for a couple months, but there’s been a lot of back-and-forth with my beta readers to get it right!) You can read the first part of my post below, and then head on over to their site to read the full article:

For the past five years, I’ve been blogging for teenage fiction writers. As the editor-in-chief of an online magazine for teenage writers, I’ve alternately approved and rejected many articles targeting teenagers and have gained a lot of experience on what works. While the prospect of writing for teenagers may seem intimidating, as someone who wasn’t a teenager all that long ago, writing effectively for teens is very doable if you follow a few simple steps…

Read the rest of the article here.

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Enter the world of Morshan, where Medieval superheroes face nail-biting choices.

Some overcome and some, like the rich young ruler, waver.

Which ones will rise to become true heroes?

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