January 14th, 2015
We asked a simple question yesterday on Twitter: Why do you write? Here are some highlights from your responses. Keep writing and to get more inspiration go online to preview Kate Messner’s new book: 59 Reasons to Write: Mini-Lessons, Prompts, and Inspiration for Teachers.
— Lisa Stringfellow (@EngageReaders) January 14, 2015
I write to know myself better as a person and as a teacher. I write because I have something to say and so do my Ss #59reasons
— Jamie Palmer (@Jamiepa79) January 14, 2015
— Christy Valyou (@christyvalyou) January 14, 2015
— Jessica Lifshitz (@JessLifTeach) January 14, 2015
— Melissa Guerrette (@guerrette79) January 13, 2015
#59Reasons I write to reflect, record, and remember my world. It helps me to grow ideas.
— JoEllen McCarthy (@JoEllenMcCarthy) January 13, 2015
My reason is to share the thoughts and emotions with the world. In doing so, just maybe making the world a better place. #59reasons
— Jamey Boelhower (@jdog90) January 13, 2015
— Susan Dee (@literacydocent) January 13, 2015
— Tiffany Turner (@tiffany_tturner) January 14, 2015
— Lyssareads (@lyssareads) January 14, 2015
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