A quick online search of my next guest revealed pictures of actor John Contratti posing with no less than Hollywood stars Mary Tyler Moore, Danny Devito, Jenna Elfman, and Cuba Gooding Jr., just to name a few. As I dug … Continue reading Q&A With Author John Contratti
…I admit, my first queries were rough, but I kept at it and eventually found my nitch. In 2011, I sold my first story to AppleSeeds and soon after, Faces magazine… Continue reading The Write Stuff—An Author’s Journey, Jennifer Buchet
Greetings, followers, authors, and fellow bloggers, I’m currently looking for guest bloggers to post here on Rosco’s Reading Room. If you have a post that you’d like to share with my followers, I’d love to see it. In order for … Continue reading Looking for Guest Bloggers
Today in the Reading Room, we’re talking with the lovely Barbara Ann Mojica, author of the award-winning, nonfiction Little Miss History series. The seven books in her series take young readers across the USA from the Sequoias to Mount Vernon. … Continue reading Q&A With Children’s Author Barbara Ann Mojica
Please welcome the lovely and upbeat Kristy Jo Volchko, a multi-genre author, poet, and creator of the children’s adventure series Cackleberry Creek. (Kristy and I hit it off immediately, both being from my beloved hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.) Q. Hi Kristy! Please tell us … Continue reading Q&A With Children’s Author Kristy Jo Volchko
Featured Services for Authors Featured Services for Children’s Authors Are you a children’s author who would like to be interviewed here on Rosco’s Reading Room? Congratulations on publishing your children’s book! Now, for the hard part, it’s time to market … Continue reading Promotional Services for Children’s Authors
Today, I’d like to introduce an author with a delightful chapter book series, one of which is a perfect addition to your child’s trick-or-treat reading lineup. K. Lamb, author of the Dani P. Mystery books, is also literacy advocate, blogger, … Continue reading Q&A With Children’s Author K. Lamb: Halloween Edition!
Reblogged from Higher Thoughts blog on Medium, by Jonas Ellison ~Inspirational blog post here on Medium bearing a theme I try to live by: just keep at it and good things will happen! Shana~ “A year ago from today, I was creatively dead. Frustrated. Coming off of three years as a freelance copywriter, being the father of an almost two-year-old, and the husband of a wife who was in the throes of starting her own ed consulting business — I was exhausted. I was taking work as it came in. Hustling, squabbling over rates, and trying to collect on long past-due invoices. … Continue reading How one year of daily blogging changed my life