You Have a Right to Write!

I want to hear from you. Here's how to write me!


I think kids are the coolest. And if it wasn't so hard being a kid, I think I'd like to be one all over again! :0)

Honestly, I admire you for your bravery. You have to face all kinds of tough things.

  • Maybe getting bad grades (I've been there).
  • Maybe facing a bully (I've had that).
  • Maybe getting really sick (yeh, that too).

Write me. Tell me about your adventures. I want to hear what you do best. (You can even let me know if you've flunked math like I have.)

Tell me what kind of things you are writing. I really want to know. But ask your parents for permission to write me. Your caregivers love you and are responsible for you. That's why they need to give permission first for you to email me here at my site. In fact, it's best if you use their email address to write. Here is mine: info@the-right-to-write.com.

If you'd like me to come speak at your school, here is how the important adults in your life can get more information. Have them also write me at
info@the-right-to-write.com. I will send them a packet with all kinds of cool information.


NEWSLETTER!

Ask your parents if you can subscribe to The Intense Guide to Creativity newsletter. It's free and can come to and through your parent's email. If they give their permission, simply write me at
info@the-right-to-write.com with "NEWSLETTER" in the email.