Tag: publishing

Kindergarten #tbt Show and Tell –part 11

Happy K IS FOR KINDERGARTEN Day! Today’s #tbt is extra special because… my first K is for Kindergarten book party is tonight AND I get to introduce you to a dear friend, actor/writer/beautiful human being, Shelby Wulfert. Who did this kindergartner grow up to be? If you stopped by to read last week’s post you… Read more »

Three #amwriting #writingprocess reminders from the Olympics. (Obrigada, Brasil!)

  Confession: While I’m incredibly inspired by each Olympic athlete, my current personal best is an occasional sprint to the fridge between competitions. Thus, I hereby justify my Olympic-binge-watching by offering three #writingprocess take-aways. #amwriting reminders too. Dive in. When I teach the WRITING PROCESS, I neglect one of the hardest parts: The WAITING PROCESS. Like an athlete’s Olympic… Read more »

WAIT! Antoinette Portis on #kidlit and her creative process.

The WAIT! is over, my friends. Meet the fabulous NYT bestselling author/illustrator Antoinette Portis. Her amazing books include WAIT! as well as FROODLE NOT A BOX NYT Best Illustrated Book and a 2007 Theodore Seuss Geisel Honor Book, NOT A STICK, A PENGUIN STORY (also chosen as a NYT Best Illustrated Book), KINDERGARTEN DIARY, plus… Read more »

What to Expect When You’re Expecting–a BOOK! part11 with Scott Blagden

I’m thrilled to welcome back YA author SCOTT BLAGDEN, the busy Book-Dad you met two months ago in Part5 of WTEWYE–a BOOK!  Yes, the author of one of my favorite YAs, DEAR LIFE YOU SUCK, is still busy, but um…I invited him on a blog-hop a while back and –nice guy that he is–he agreed–even… Read more »

What to Expect When You’re Expecting–a BOOK! part10 with Katherine Longshore

I know what you’re thinking: a blog series about EXPECTING A BOOK should have nine posts. Right? Me too, actually. But guess what? Like parenting, and writing books, WHOOSH my book-baby blog has taken on a life of its own– with more fabulous guest bloggers, like KATHERINE LONGSHORE: Katy is the book-mom of three historical… Read more »