Here are two lists, written in the soft glow of the Christmas tree lights as steam curled up from a mug of tea (or at least they should've been), setting out my writing-related achievements of 2017 and goals for 2018.
In one of my last posts on this blog - ages ago, it seems - I wrote about shouldering on during times of self-doubt. Today, I want to propose the exact opposite. Permission to stop. During this busy holiday season, taking a breath is particularly relevant, whether that means a hiatus from writing or baking … Continue reading Permission to Stop Going
Isn't he cute?
The talented Jay Guida is illustrating ABRA, CADABRA, & BOB. Prepare to be charmed.
Bob was turned down 9 times before he found a home, and I received over 45 other picture book rejections before I heard a "yes." Here's how I kept going.
I am thrilled to announce that my picture book, Abra, Cadabra & Bob, will be published!
Picture book author Vivian Kirkfield provided writers with a daunting challenge this month: write an entire story in 50 words or less.
Susanna Hill's annual ValenTINY contest kicked off last week, before this website was up and running. Since it's never too late for love and gorging on candy, I'm reposting my submissions here.
Guest Post from the Web Guru (a.k.a. My Husband): A Peek Behind the Curtain.
It has dawned on me, finally, that I am a writer - and always have been - for one simple reason: because I write.