Today, I’m excited to be hosting a stop on children’s author Alysson Foti Bourque’s blog tour. Alysson has just released
Can misfits become heroes? Today, I’m thrilled to host a stop on author Sara Pennypacker’s blog tour for her new
What tasks should you delegate as a writer? Jana Buchmann has 4 tips that will help you be more effective and productive in your writing business.
Reblogged from Susanna Leonard Hill, Children’s Author Blog This is a wonderful interview from author Susanna Leonard Hill’s Blog with
When my kids, now teens, were younger, they were always going through phases of intense exploration on a given subject,
I’m getting very excited to publish my new book, so I thought I’d share a short excerpt from it. (My
Reblogged from School Library Journal’s Teen Librarian Toolbox.
“I think we all can recognize that the middle grades are a time of great turmoil and change. If not, I’d ask that you place an average 4th grade student and an average 7th grade student in a room together and observe them for just 5 minutes. Go on, we’ll wait…”
Today, I’d like to highlight a children’s author with extensive experience in both writing and publishing. I met her on
With the year 2020 underway, what better time to look into the future through the lens of a children’s book?
Today, I’m thrilled to share a Q&A session with children’s author Sky Danley. His fascinating background ranges from aeronautical engineering
‘Tis the season for giving, and what better way to do that on a reading blog than to focus on