CONNIE HUNTER WILLIAMS, PSYCHIC TEACHER

August 10th, 2005

I hate rewriting. I HATE IT. HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE IT.

If you would like to read more about my hatred for rewriting—and also how in the fourth grade I was tormented by a Canadian girl named Shoshana; fell madly in love for the first time (oh, Stuart!); and was told by my psychic teacher, Mrs. Hunter-Williams, that I'd better get used to rewriting, because I was going to be doing it a LOT, and not just in 6th grade–pick up a copy of this book at your local bookstore:

You won't regret it. For one thing, it has some GREAT stories in it by some GREAT writers. And for another, all the money from sales of this book goes to benefit the Lisa Libraries, an organization that provides small libraries for children in need.

You can also order a copy here.

Don't miss my ALL TRUE story, CONNIE HUNTER WILLIAMS, PSYCHIC TEACHER (or, The Year Everyone Started Calling Me Maggot Cabbage Instead of Meggin Cabot), available EXCLUSIVELY in this book, and this book only.

Now I have to go back to rewriting. Sigh.

More later.

Much love,

Meg