Hello writers! I was prompted to add this page to my blog because I’m constantly being asked questions like these. What’s the procedure for getting a book published? How do you find a publisher? How do you find an illustrator? How do you find an agent? Do you need an agent? Will you introduce me … More How Do I Get My Book Published? Writing Advice
Recently I posted about my new venture, Penny’s Two Cents. I announced that I’d give away two 30-minute video chats. Anyone who commented on that blog post or shared on social media was entered in the giveaway. If you did both, you were entered two times. I gathered all the entry names, numbered them, and … More Penny’s Two Cents Video Chat Winners!
Hi! I know I haven’t blogged in a long time but I wanted to let you know about a new service I’m offering for picture book writers. I call it Penny’s Two Cents and here’s an overview. Do you have questions about writing for children and getting published? I don’t claim to have it all … More A New Venture: Penny’s Two Cents
Yes! It’s a dream come true! Read the book and then snuggle under the covers in Old Dragon pajamas! Purchase links below. Pajamas are sold separately or as a pajama/book set. For pajamas only, check out Rockin’ AB or Hately. BabyGap has the green pajamas and the other sites have the blue. Just so you … More Dragon Pajamas and More!
Happy National Poetry Month! I hope you’ve been enjoying poetry this month. It’s said that April showers bring May flowers! But maybe even better — April brings poetry to the forefront for thirty wonderful days, showering us with a bouquet of language! This year I’m participating in the annual Kidlitosphere Progressive Poem. Thanks to Irene … More 2019 Kidlitosphere Progressive Poem-Day 23
Write Your Own Fractured Fairy Tale Before writing a fractured fairy tale it’s important to reread classic tales and then to read fractured fairy tales. I’ve made a Pinterest board with some of my favorite fractured fairy tales. I have link to it below. As you read the classics and the fractured fairy tales, make … More Activities For A Cooked-Up Fairy Tale
Thanks to my friend Buffy at Buffy’s Blog for hosting the Poetry Friday Roundup today. If you’d like to know more about Poetry Friday, click HERE for an explanation by Renee LaTulippe. Hello loyal followers and friends. Did you notice the words “Final Episode” in the title of the post? I imagine some of you thought I meant final … More A Great Nephew and a Great Aunt: Landon and Penny’s Final Episode