Monthly Archives: April 2012

Should Child Authors Be Published?

A recent article in The New York Times, Young Writers Dazzle Publishers (Mom and Dad), has been creating waves across the internet.  Maureen Johnson commented on the article here, and Ally Carter expanded on those thoughts here.  I couldn’t agree … Continue reading

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Ask Allison . . . For Wish Fullfillment

I’ve been a long time reader of Ask Allison, a great blog for writers by the amazing Allison Winn Scotch. One thing she’s discussed often, that really resonates with me as I come closer to publication, is branding her writing. … Continue reading

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License to Write

What have you been reading lately?  For me it’s been building codes, textbooks, and practice problems – oh my! Tomorrow morning I’ll roll my suitcase full of manuals into the structural engineering licensing exam where I’ll sit among a sea … Continue reading

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Bunny Classics

Easter is a whimsical time for picture books, one of the best times to peruse the children’s department at my local book store.  My favorite four Easter picture books: Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney (1995) The … Continue reading

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