Tag Archives: Children’s writing

Guest post by Brinda Berry: Talent is Cheap

Talent Is Cheap Stephen King said, “Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.” From a man who has published 49 books thus far, these words speak … Continue reading

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Writing Focus, Determination, Perseverance, and Positive Thinking By Karen Cioffi

Focus, determination, and perseverance are essential to just about every aspect of your life. Each characteristic is unique and together create a synergy. Focus is one’s ability to concentrate exclusively on a particular thing through effort or attention. Determination is … Continue reading

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ANNOUNCING 2 EXCITING CONTEST FOR THE SH SH SH LET THE BABY SLEEP BOOK TOUR!

ANNOUNCING 2 EXCITING CONTEST FOR THE SH SH SH LET THE BABY SLEEP BOOK TOUR! AUTHOR: KATHY STEMKE ILLUSTRATOR: JACK FOSTER CONTEST/DRAWING There will be drawings at the end of the tour from those who comment or answer a superhero … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Alliteration in Literature

Today I’m delighted to host Jennifer (J.R.) Turner on my blog. Award-winning author J.R. Turner lives in Central Wisconsin with her husband and three children. She began writing in high school, and after a decade working as a commercial artist, … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Nancy Famolari: Romance Novels as an antidote for Tough Times

My guest today is Nancy Famolari. She enjoys reading and writing romance novels and tells you why. Romance Novels an Antidote for Tough Times We live in tough economic times. Unemployment is upwards of nine percent. Taxes are high; prices … Continue reading

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Meet Author and Editor Margo Dill

Tell us something about yourself Like my Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/Margo_L_Dill) account says, “I wear many hats.” I am a children’s writer, writing instructor, freelance editor, book reviewer, blogger, and freelance writer.  I have run an editing business since 2006 where I edit and revise … Continue reading

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Interview with EJ Wesley, my chapter buddy

Tell us something about yourself Let’s see, I play the guitar/sing. I love to paint/draw, and particularly love comic book art. My wife is a physician (blood/cancer), and we’ve been married for 8 years. She’s also in the United States … Continue reading

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Meet Suzanne Marion, Author of “Too Many Tutus”

Tell us something about yourself: This is such a nice opportunity for me to be interviewed for your blog, thanks very much. I’m a musician in Houston, Texas, retired after teaching voice and piano for quite a few years. I … Continue reading

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Meet Margot Finke, author of “Ruthie and the Hippo’s Fat Behind”

Tell us something about yourself? Many years ago, I owned a pet store in Australia, and sold tropical fish and goldfish. My husband, Alan, an American from New York, had set up a wholesale fish hatchery in Queensland, the state … Continue reading

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Meet Janet Ann Collins, author of The Peril of the Sinister Scientist.

I’d like to introduce author Janet Ann Collins. Janet Ann Collins is the author of two fiction books for children. The Peril of the Sinister Scientist is about a middle school boy who thinks he was cloned from the blood … Continue reading

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