Day 4 at W.A.T.E.R. Write Your Own Adventure: A Little Bit of Coding, A Lot of Writing

So what do we do with all these CYOA stories? We've come to the point in camp where we need to PUBLISH! Writing Project camps always emphasize this because it's not enough to simply write and keep one's thoughts in a notebook. We revise for real audiences and edit to polish completed products. We must … Continue reading Day 4 at W.A.T.E.R. Write Your Own Adventure: A Little Bit of Coding, A Lot of Writing

Day 3 at W.A.T.E.R. Write Your Own Adventure: How to Talk to a Writer

The day began with our intrepid campers rewriting classic fairy tales in the style of a CYOA. We had Little Red Riding Hood beating the wolf to the grandmother's house, Cinderella hiring a maid and the wolf who tormented the three little pigs becoming a vegetarian. Then we talked about beats in screenwriting before we … Continue reading Day 3 at W.A.T.E.R. Write Your Own Adventure: How to Talk to a Writer

Youth Writing Conference Around the Corner

Last night, the window for write-ahead contests closed for our first ever youth conference. During this week, we here at TBAWP's Youth Programs will be busy reviewing these contest submissions and doing our last minute prep for this incredible step forward in our program history. There's still time to register and here is a close … Continue reading Youth Writing Conference Around the Corner

I.C.E. Writer Alum holds book signing

Sarah Frank, author of ONE CHANCE Book Talk and Signing event Sunday, Feb 25th, 4-6 pm   INKWOOD BOOKS 1809 North Tampa St., Tampa, FL 33602 http://www.InkwoodBooks.com   Sarah Frank would like to invite her I.C.E. Writer and TBAWP family (and more!) out to her book launch at Tampa’s ONLY independent bookstore (in their brand-new location). … Continue reading I.C.E. Writer Alum holds book signing