Being Brave

So, this morning I got a little more brave. First I received an email about the audio version of Snowball that is in production. (The release of the audio should be in 5-10 days.) If you want to check out the Instagram post by the producter/narrator Anna Grace Conover I am putting the link in … Continue reading Being Brave

Happy Birthday, Mickey

First Twitter post I saw this morning was about Mickey Mouse's Birthday. It brought back to me memories. Memories of Chef Borardee's box of spaghetti dinner, TV trays, watching television and Marlon with his Wild Kingdom. Then after the credits and commercial came Tinkerbelle and the Magic Kingdom. It was a wonderful life, one of … Continue reading Happy Birthday, Mickey

Can’t Sleep Writing Blues

So, it's the middle of the night. Thoughts are swirling in my head. Story ideas and frustrations with figuring out how build a writing business are vying for my focus. I started with stories for children. This was not my comfort zone. Not my 'jam.' Telling bedtime stories for my children was sweet, we all … Continue reading Can’t Sleep Writing Blues

Better Writing

One of the ways that I try to improve my writing is by reading books. Using lists like the Time's 100 Best Children's Books of All Time is a great place to start. Choosing whatever your genre is, and reading the best stories has long been shared advice. Depending on your preferences, some may make a … Continue reading Better Writing

Reviews

Since I am going to be begging and pleading for book reviews on Bad Dream, thought a post on leaving reviews would be helpful. Here is a link to a college (Purdue) website about writing a book review for those who want to take a more literary, critique type approach. For those who want to … Continue reading Reviews