It was whimsical little structure, seemingly right out of a fairy tale. Straight lines were non-existent, almost like a child had built it. There was an arched door that widened at the top, a railing that slanted toward the slide, a porthole that opened outward, and even a chimney that was more cartoonish than functional; leaning as if to puff out smoke like that of a dancing tugboat... CLICK TO READ MORE!
In the Throws of Edits
Every novelist will tell you that writing a book is the easy part. Editing it is the pits. When an author takes her imagination and free write her book without a scripted outline or any idea of where she is going, the story flows like jagged rocks tumbling down a mountainside and crashing into the… Continue reading In the Throws of Edits
Children’s Book: Guess How Much I Love You
In this cute little book, parent and child compete in declaring their love for each other. Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram create a bunny family who love each other so much that they are willing to out-do the other on their affections. Any parent, aunt, uncle, or grandparent has found themselves locked into this game… Continue reading Children’s Book: Guess How Much I Love You
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