A Great SCBWI Conference is Like A Spoon Full of Sugar

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My brain is spinning and I am exhausted, but it was another amazing NY SCBWI Conference. Notes are coming, but in the meantime you should know that a great SCBWI Conference is like a spoon full of sugar to help the medicine go down. (The best medicine against rejection, writer’s block, and marketing fatigue.) I’m serious, just ask the amazing Julie Andrews. I’ll tell you all about her Wednesday.

What’s your favorite Julie Andrews moment?


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  1. My favorite Julie Andrews moment is the “I have confidence” song from the Sound of Music. I can’t wait to hear about the conference. By the way, just finished your book. I loved it. I loved the characters and I love the world you created.

    • I love that one too! If I’m honest–I have a zillion favorites. LOL! Awww and thank you so much for reading and loving. You are the best! (((hugs)))

  2. I love, love, LOVE Julie Andrews as Eloise’s Nanny 🙂

  3. I love the scene in The Sound of Music when the nuns have her all dressed for her wedding and the bells are tolling…. perfection to a lifelong romantic. <3

    • She looks gorgeous! Although I like her just as much running down the mountain late LOL!

  4. Oh crap, how could I forget to mention when she tells The Rock, his butt looks “huge!!” in his tutu in Tooth Fairy??????!!!! 😀

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