Trillium Book Awards Author Reading 2015

Saying good-bye!

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Time to sign off, folks. I must say, I’ve loved every minute of this gig – enjoyed the opportunity to share thoughts and ideas about the writing world, particularly from the Y.A. perspective.

It’s always hard to figure out how to end a piece of writing, isn’t it? Finding that perfect last sentence is as challenging, or perhaps more so, than writing an ideal opener. So I think I’ll say good-bye with a quote. Remember, I started blogging at the beginning of the month by telling you that I’m a collector of quotes. This one is simple. I once heard Robert Munsch say that you can always end a story simply by saying, “And that’s the end of the story.”

So that’s it for me. Here’s wishing you and yours a rewarding and productive 2009.

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Kathy Kacer

Kathy Kacer is an award-winning children's author whose focus is historical fiction and true stories about the Holocaust. Her many books include The Secret of Gabi's Dresser, Clara's War, The Underground Reporters, Hiding Edith and The Diary of Laura's Twin.

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