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When the Ground is White, You've Got Time to Write

A snow day can be the perfect time to write.
Reader turned author Rhonda Buss.
A snow day can be the perfect time to write.

A snow day can be the perfect time to write.

We’re having a snow day here in Connecticut and as I look out the window watching my neighbors trying to dig themselves out I think how nice it is to stay warm inside with a few extra uninterrupted hours to spend writing and following interesting links on the net. I wonder if you’ve ever thought of being published.

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a Threads author? You might have a favorite technique, or an unusual idea our readers would love. All you need to do is send us an email at th@taunton.com with your idea to get the ball rolling. Here’s a story from a reader-turned-author that tells her experience of getting published: Rhonda Buss is a past president of the Haute Couture Club of Chicago and a private airplane pilot who flies around the country rescuing dogs. I know you’ll enjoy seeing and reading about what she does.

stitchhappy judith neukam, senior technical editor
Posted on Jan 12th, 2011 in sewing, design, write for Threads

Comments (1)

amm amm writes: If you'd like to consider sending us an article proposal, you might find our Author's Guidelines helpful. You can find them on our website. Just go the the reddish band at the top of the page. Rest your cursor on the word MAGAZINE and a drop-down will appear. Author's Guidelines is the last item in the drop-down. The guidelines will answer most of the questions that you may have about the submission process.

We look forward to hearing from you.

April Mohr
Threads Editorial Assistant
Posted: 2:33 pm on January 13th

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