Two Resources for Writers Seeking to Publish a Children’s Book

I am frequently asked questions about how to publish a children’s book, and since I barely seem to have enough time to self-publish my own books these days, 😉 yet I like to be helpful to good people who ask an honest question, I want to make a few reccomendations to those of you who could benefit by some well-vetted resources. I also believe in karma and I’m well aware that I’d be nowhere with the whole publishing thing if a lot of good people hadn’t lent a hand when I asked. So, enjoy! 1.) The first one is Mary … Continue reading Two Resources for Writers Seeking to Publish a Children’s Book

Science/Fiction: Q&A With Author Tracy Borgmeyer

My guest today, Tracy Borgmeyer and her science-themed middle grade books are of particular interest to me because I have a daughter (who’s fifteen now) who actually loves science and is thinking of focusing on it in some way when … Continue reading Science/Fiction: Q&A With Author Tracy Borgmeyer

Children’s Books for Presidents’ Day

Contrary to what many elementary school children think, we don’t celebrate President’s Day just so we can have four consecutive days off of school in the winter, although that is an added bonus for some. We celebrate this holiday to … Continue reading Children’s Books for Presidents’ Day

And now for something completely different: Q&A With Author M.D. Whalen

My guest today, Larry Feign, (aka. M.D. Whalen) writes for both children and adults and has had a fascinating career which has encompassed writing, illustrating, publishing, and more. Among other things, he authored a political and lifestyle comic strip for … Continue reading And now for something completely different: Q&A With Author M.D. Whalen