Month: May 2008

Update: WriteShop Primary Book A

Interest in WriteShop Primary continues to mount! At last weekend's FPEA conference in Orlando, nearly 100 people signed up to receive e-mail notification of WriteShop Primary's release dates! We're excited to bring out a product that will meet many of your needs for...

WriteShop Primary Book C – take a peek!

WriteShop Primary Book C – take a peek!

Just thought you might like to take a peek at our WriteShop Primary Book C cover. Isn't it just adorable? Makes me want to pinch that chubby, huggable little panther! And if you love the cover, you'll be even more in love with the contents.  Here is the scope and...

New baby!

OK, it's the weekend. I don't normally post on Saturday or Sunday, but I figured I'd make an exception. After all, my sixth grandbaby just entered the world! We welcomed Baby Ginny into our family just this morning and only two days overdue. As you can see, she's...

Interview with an editor, part 2

Welcome back to Part 2 of our interview with the very versatile Sallie Borrink! Sallie is the "other half" of Arts & Letters, Inc. (along with hubby David), and is doing such a wonderful job editing our WriteShop Primary books.  Let's pick up where we left off...

Interview with an editor, part 1

Writer. Editor. Wife. Mom. Homemaker. Five words that help describe Sallie Borrink, our new friend and WriteShop Primary editor. Sallie, who's married to David (our graphic designer), finds herself continually evaluating and adjusting her busy schedule as she learns...

The story behind WriteShop, part 2

In Part 1 of our story, Debbie and I discovered that our plans for teaching our first writing class were very nearly doomed. Now for Part 2 . . . Taking a Detour It wasn't just our own boys whose efforts cried out for help---every student in the group struggled at...

We’ve got mail!

I've been storing a mountain of emails in one of my Outlook folders---comments and testimonials from happy WriteShop users. Our brochures and website only have so much room for snippets like these, so I thought I'd give a voice to these dear moms and co-op...