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My Interview on A Room to Write

For any of those readers out there who would like to discover any more of my “juicy secrets,” pop over to children’s writer Denise Stanley’s blog. A Room to Write. She posted her interview with me this morning.

Does that sound like self-promotion? Well, I supposed it is in some respects, but it’s more to the question of where to have promotion confined for the moment. Denise does good interviews. She asks great questions and goes a bit further to get good answers. Then again, I like to talk. It worked out well for both of us.

I’ll be stopping by there off and on for the next couple of days for those who wish to comment or ask another question.

Now, back to my poetry. I’ll be posting this afternoon to the Poetry Asides prompt and here, as usual. If you get a chance and really like poetry, stop by Robert Brewer’s site on Writer’s Digest and sit back with a large cup of whatever. You’ll be there a while. Poets from around the globe congregate there every day.

Enjoy,

Claudsy

© Claudette J. Young 2012

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  1. April 9, 2012 at 1:21 pm

    Claudsy,
    You are so accomplished! I am honored to have you say such nice things about one of my posts. Thank you.

    • claudsy
      April 9, 2012 at 1:36 pm

      Accomplishments always look bigger on paper, Val. Don’t get too overwhelmed. It’s not necessary, I assure you. As for nice things I might say on posts, I never say anything I don’t feel.

      Thank you for reading the interview. I’m glad you enjoyed it.

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