by Yvonne Blackwood
After much thought and utilizing the idea generation suggestion in my previous article, you have decided on a fabulous idea. You are going to write a children’s story about Ronnie Rabbit, and he is going to be anthropomorphic. Although you have seen rabbits in the backyard and at the petting zoo, you really do not know much about them, except that the meat is eaten because you have seen it at the meat market. How are you going to write a convincing story about a rabbit without appearing stupid and uninformed? You must research diligently.
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