Monday Musings: April Writing Review

April was a whirlwind. Much happened that I can’t talk about yet, but I hope I can talk about at the end of May or the beginning of June.

I will say I am currently writing a fiction novel for upper elementary students. I’m on the seventh chapter. I joined a group for black women fiction writers, and they have helping me transition to this type of writing. One lady said, your story reads like nonfiction…which I had to laugh at because that is typically what I write outside of poetry. After some feedback, I revised a few paragraphs and the ladies said, “You’ve got it now.” I will continue to work on that, write on my gardening blog, and keep you all in the know about education in Indiana.

Check out my work from April, and let me know what you think.

As always, thanks for supporting my work.

4/28/2019 Stop Policing Black Students’ Hair
4/28/2019 Summer Reading is Essential to Student Success
4/27/2019 What Will It Take to Address the Teacher Shortage in STEM Subjects and Special Education?
4/25/2019 I Won’t Stop Writing, Even If It Cost Me My Job
4/23/2019 Give Special Area and Elective Teachers the Respect They Deserve
4/17/2019 When Lesson Plans Go Wrong
4/14/2019 Principals, If Your Teachers Want to Leave, Let Them Go
4/11/2019 IPS Receives $1 Million Donation
4/9/2019 Removing a Teacher Licensure Exam as a Requirement Doesn’t Address Why Some Teachers of Color Aren’t Passing
4/8/2019 Your School’s Library Should be the Heart of Your School’s Community

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