Tiger Army–Night of terror in the valley of dreams. You say I do exist but I have seen if you come with me, we can stay forever. Into the hills that you cannot leave, I crawl the night, a tiger, tiger burning bright. Now something in the air, forever searching, but I find it nowhere.
Today I submitted my children’s book on the proper usage of apostrophes to my instructor. She loved it! I would like to thank everyone for their comments and suggestions. So what is the next step? Well, I did some research online, and most companies known for publishing children’s books and textbooks have notes on their websites stating quite clearly that one must go through an agent in order for them to consider the publication of the book. :*( But I did find several references to the book Children’s Writers and Illustrator’s Market, which is supposed to be able to help writers find a market for their work. There is a third route: self-publication. Many a famous author started out this way. I am not sure what I will do just yet, but I am open to suggestions. Even if I do not get THIS book published, I have been told by ALL of my English and Rhetoric instructors that I must keep writing. Is it possible to dive off that cliff into the realm of dream-pursuit and still be safely harnessed into the world of steady jobs and pension plans?
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