Friday, August 26, 2011

August 25th Transcript--The Parent Problem

elissacruz Okay, welcome to #MGlitchat. @rachelnseigel and I are hosting. #MGlitchat -9:01 PM Aug 25th, 2011

elissacruz Tonight's topic: The Parent Problem. How do you keep them around but not in control? #MGlitchat -9:01 PM Aug 25th, 2011

Saturday, August 20, 2011

More on Boys vs. Girls

The conversation continues about writing books for boys versus writing books for girls.  Please check out the following blog posts and online articles:

If you know of any additional posts on this topic, please let us know and we'll add them to the list.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

August 18th Transcript - Writing for Boys vs. Writing for Girls

rachelgrinti Okay, it's go time! Hi everyone! Tonight I'm hosting with @anshakotyk Topic: Writing for Boys vs. Writing for Girls #mglitchat -8:59 PM Aug 18th, 2011

August 18th- Chat Reminder

Reminder: Tonight's chat is about Writing for Boys versus Writing for Girls. Bring along your writing and reading experiences tonight at 9pm est.

Tweetchat has been useful for some of us. Just add the #mglitchat hashtag to the top and chat to your heart's content! :)

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Thursday, August 4, 2011

August 4th Transcript - POV in Middle Grade Fiction

DanyelleLeafty Okay. Everyone ready? Topic: POV in MG lit--pros and cons of different POVsl #mglitchat -9:02 PM Aug 4th, 2011

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

#MGlitchat Reminder 8/04/2011

Just a reminder for the #MGlitchat coming up.

When: Thursday, August 4, 2011 @ 7PM EST
Where: Twitter--Tweetchat under the #mglitchat hashtag
What: Defining and Weighting the Pros and Cons of Different POVs in MG literature
Who: Co-hosts @anshakotyk and @danyelleleafty
Why: Because MG lit rules!

Hope to see you there, and just a reminder that you can suggest topics you'd like to see covered by leaving a comment here.