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Julie Day

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Julie Day lives in London. She writes both adult and childrens' fiction, and reader letters to health, green and natural beauty magazines, and blogs and writes articles about autism.

Last Saturday I went to Charing Cross to learn how to write funny books for children by Mo O'Hara. This was a SCBWI Masterclass. I learnt lots. I am only going to give you the main points I learnt as we were told we can't give out all the details. So here they are.

Keep asking questions. Keep saying yes. Eg if your character wants to run and win the marathon, they will do anything to get there.
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Published on September 20, 2016 02:26
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Savannah Julie, thank you for the friendship.


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