Making sense of words, meaning, worlds, characters, and structures is what we do when we write. Whether fiction or nonfiction, we are called to research every element to enable the best reader-experience.
I missed my oldest son’s graduation, his Eagle Scout Court of Honor, two family reunions, and an anniversary trip to Italy with my husband. I had lots of practice with disappointed expectations. So, what could I do about this?
I’m a huge fan of podcasts and their wealth of free content available at just the tap of the screen. Last November I even wrote
The free online education offered during Reading for Research Month (ReFoReMo) challenges writers to read picture books for writing research. Each weekday of March features
With December holidays right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to share some children’s books I’ve recently read and reviewed. Hope you
What one professional hails as genius, another may label as slight. I’m challenging you to gather perspectives.
CAROL GORDON EKSTER: It is always the most amazing time in a writer’s life when that first book gets sold. You wait for the contract,