Thursday, September 12, 2013

Entry Forms

A lot of you are asking about the Entry form. You don't have to mail it to me snail mail. You can print it out, fill it out, and then scan and send in with your story. Or if you can't scan it, then take a picture of it with an iPhone and send it that way. There are lots of ways. Mostly I just need your parent's signature and to find out your age and what category.

 

12 comments:

  1. How and why did Andi learn Spanish? Does she really speak it fluently? I'm trying to learn Spanish right now and it is no easy task!

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    1. When you grow up with it, it is painless. A child can learn multiple languages just be immersion (being around it). This is how Andi learned, what with Luisa, their housekeeper, and Diego, the old "Cook" from the CCB series, and all the other Mexicans working on the ranch. Yes, she speaks it like a native.

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    2. I'm taking Spanish too! I really like it, but it's hard to remember everything. I have a few friends that may help me long. They speak it fluently.

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    3. Me too! I think it's fun :)

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    4. I think it's fun, it's just difficult:-).

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  2. How many entry forms have you gotten so far?

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    1. One, but we only check our mail about once a week . . . maybe twice if we go to town. The mailbox is a mile and a half down the forest service road and I don't drive down there just to get the mail. :-)

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    2. Do you kind of live in the middle of no where?

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    3. Yeah, kind of. We live up on a mtn. at 3,000 feet up near the Canadian border in Washington state. Near a little town named Tonasket.

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  3. Did you receive any word on the new series? Sorry if I'm being impatient :-).

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    1. No, not yet. Grrr!
      I will contact my editor sometime next week to ask him, if I don't hear anything before then.

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Let Andi know what you think!