Monday, February 11, 2013

Offered: Critique of Student Writing by Judy Bagshaw

What You Are Bidding On:

A ten page critique of study writing by author and retired teacher Judy Bagshaw.

You can take the teacher out of the classroom, but you can’t take the classroom out of the teacher. For twenty-eight years, I taught grades K-4, and the last few years of my career ran a writing club for Grades 5-8 students. As well, for a few summers I worked at a children’s writing camp. I love children’s writing…really…I do. And I love to teach. The chance to put the two together is irresistible to me, hence this auction item. As a bonus, I’ll not only critique the winner’s work, but also offer some guidance on where he or she can potentially submit their writing for publication!

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Judy Bagshaw is a retired elementary school teacher and writer in Southern Ontario, Canada. As a plus-sized woman, she has long wanted to see the appearance of stories featuring full-figured central characters. Much of her work features such characters leading rich and active lives, as she does. Contemporary romance is her genre of choice, but she also writes humor, paranormal, some non-fiction, and children's stories. Her currently available works include several novels, work in a number of anthologies, and a short story collection. For many years she wrote regular articles for Romance Writer2Writer magazine. Her articles are archived at

You can find out more about Judy, and read excerpts and reviews of her books at She can be contacted at

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1 comment:

  1. Oh, I hadn't seen this one! Two of my younger sisters are potentially ready for a good critique. I better look closer over the new auctions.


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