Lori's Blog on Books, Writing, and Creativity

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Category: Writing With Kids

Writing With Young Kids in the Home

Lori Wolf-Heffner | April 29, 2017
Trying to write with little humans traipsing around your home and causing havoc can be challenging to say the least. They drool everywhere, put everything in their mouths, drag their…

How Writers Fit in Exercise

Lori Wolf-Heffner | March 18, 2017
The downside to writing, as with many seated jobs, is the lack of movement. Having grown up a dancer, I was constantly moving. Getting into adult life wasn’t too bad…

Reflections of a Former Teenage Writer

Lori Wolf-Heffner | February 23, 2014
I have a confession to make. I wrote a Star Trek novel. No, it never got published, but I wrote one. (Yes, I did send it to the publisher. It…

Showing Your Kids What Work Is

Lori Wolf-Heffner | February 1, 2014
The hardest thing about writing as a job is that it looks the same as Facebooking, emailing, surfing, and reading. To a child, at least. Of course, it would help…

Writing Stories for Children, With Children

Lori Wolf-Heffner | July 20, 2013
In my quest to expand my creativity, I set my notebook and pen on my night table. I frequently started writing as soon as I woke up, spending 10 minutes…

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