Today Marilyn Meredith is the second ever guest blogger at Notes Along the Way. She is telling about her publishing journey from early on.
The publishing world has changed with amazing rapidity since we all began working in it. The youngest writers probably have no idea how much change has taken place, so I appreciate Marilyn explaining a little of it.
When I talk with my young (kindergarten through fifth grade) students, I realize they have no idea what a typewriter is. I'm sure they are also clueless about a dial telephone. The list goes on. There are hardships (like carbon copies) they will never face. If they go into media work, they will never have to dictate a news story over the telephone (as I did in my first reporting job).
Please stop by Notes Along the Way and read about Marilyn's experiences. If you'd like to leave a comment, both Marilyn and I would appreciate it.