Save the Cat! The Last Book on Screenwriting You’ll Ever Need has been a staple for writers of all kinds: screenwriters, novelists, playwrights. But now,
Eight – yes eight more debuts have or will be hitting the shelves this month from the New in Nineteen crew! Let’s check them out!
CAROL GORDON EKSTER: Kim Chaffee joined our SCBWI critique group a few years back and was an instant shining light in her dedication to the
Today I have the pleasure of reviewing two marvelous non-fiction books that Candlewick sent here. I chose these from the publisher’s new releases list because
“Charlie did know that. He knew a lot of things: that his dad’s promotion at the museum of natural history meant a lot of trips
SHOW, DON’T TELL! Most of us have received that advice at least once in our writing careers. What does it mean? And how should you
“When you learn vocabulary words in school, you memorize the definition. And you have a good idea of what the words mean. But it’s not until you feel them that you really grasp the definition. I have known what the word ‘helpless’ means for a long time. And ‘desperate.’ But I’ve never felt them. Feeling them is different. They fill your chest with a horrible sense of ‘dread’ and ‘guilt’ and ‘despair.’ Those are more vocabulary words that you can’t fully understand until you feel them.”
The Raven’s Tale is a Young Adult Historical Fiction infused with a fun speculative streak that takes the narrative to interesting and unexpected places.
We are roaring in to March with not one, not two, but NINE new picture book debuts! That’s a lot of stories to fall in
One of the things I like best about being a writer actively involved in critique groups is the opportunity to review ARCs (Advanced Reader Copies).
With humor and gusto these two picture books offer well-illustrated views on coping with flora and fauna. Both use water based media and line to
This past week, the companion novel for Kristine Carlson Asselin’s ANY WAY YOU SLICE IT, FALLING FOR WONDER BOY, released. For anyone who loves sporty