Yes, I'm totally into having guest authors here on the blog! Seriously, I may have a suitcase full of stories, but once that suitcase is empty... Well, let's not dwell too much on the empty suitcase. As I said, my sister is going to be the first guest, and I know I have at least one other author lined up.
However, I'm kind of a continuity nazi, and at this point I don't want to jump around too much in the grade levels. So if anyone has anything written in third or fourth grade that they'd like to share, now is the time! But if you have something from later years, feel free to e-mail me about it whenevs: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It would be great, of course, if you could type it up and e-mail it to me, but you must swear on a stack of Kirk Cameron–autographed Bibles that you will leave all the spelling and grammatical errors intact. And of course let me know the (at least approximate) year the story was written, the grade you were in, and any other pertinent info.
This is up for discussion, though: Would you want to do your own, uh, "literary analysis"? I will be doing the commenting on my sister's upcoming story, but I might be willing to hand over the snarking reins to someone else for a post. Or—because, admittedly, I might not be able to help myself—maybe we could co-snark? We have options, so let me know what you think.
2 years ago