I find that it’s all about regular practice – sitting down on a daily basis to write or draw, as well as a practice of trying to balance with the other parts of my life, such as family time, socializing with friends, exercising, cooking healthy stuff and sleep.
Marion Bauer, author of over 100 books, is out with a new book The Stuff of Stars. She was kind enough to answer my questions about cultivating creativity, having the courage to become a writer, and what she loved about making this beautiful book — illustrated by the impressive Ekua Holmes. I am blown away by her answers! They are so interesting and honest. This Q&A with her will leave you thinking about so many different things. I hope you […]
Marianna Coppo was kind enough to let me interview her. I asked her everything from where the idea of Petra came from, to what it was like for her to write Petra, to questions about if she has any thing she does to cultivate her creativity. I love her responses. I hope you all enjoy the interview — it was a priviledge to get to chat with her. Hello Marianna! Thank you so much for taking the time to chat […]
The Deductive Detective by Brian Rock and Illustrated by Sherry Rogers. Ages 4 – 8 (2.5 year old son loves it). Sylvan Dell Publishing. March 2013. 32 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1607186137. Fiction. $17.95 (On Amazon for $14.00)
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