Today’s guest blogger, Corrina Holyoake, illustrator and soon-to-be author, injects humor and optimism as she writes about every day challenges in Venturing Into the Unknown. This mother of two school-aged children, who also works outside the home, builds family time and overcomes writers’ challenges with wit and energy.
Find out how Corrina succeeds and Uses Children in her Creative Process
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I do involve my kids all the time in my creative process too! Actually, my entire blog has been about that! I've been cooking with my daughter and looking for inspiration on books and things that interest her, and now we're doing a Movie Class with her friends. I love showing her what I write and getting her feedback on it, or reading things that she's written inspired on things we're doing together. Children have an unbridled imagination and as writers we can always rely on them for a mighty inspirational push! Visiting from the #KidLitBlogHop
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