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Picture Book Architect

Another interview! This time with illustrator “Dani Duck: Artist Obscure“, in which we chat about making dummies.


Getting a children’s book published: Demystifying the process

By Alex Roth

Getting a children’s book published can be a tricky task. Literary agent Kelly Sonnack says she hopes to “demystify” the process for her students. 546 more words


Hello friends! How’s everyone doing? I am doing well, it’s almost Thanksgiving a great holiday to remember what we all our thankful for. Hope you all enjoy! Best wishes!

Oliver Pickle


Now Babykins Does Better in Church

Babykins is a toddler. She does toddler things like move constantly, yell at random times, and destroy things. She does not stop being a toddler when we go to church. 562 more words


Another sneak peek of "The East Pudding Chronicles: The First Christmas"

Hi folks!

Following on from last week’s sneak peek of the fifth and final book in The East Pudding Chronicles, I’m back with yet another exclusive excerpt from  561 more words

The East Pudding Chronicles

My Jack loves to wear dresses. Jackson has sensory issues as most of you know and high functioning ASD, Aspergers. If I had a dollar for every time I watched people look at him as he’s wearing a dress try to mentally factor those two things in as a way of explaining away his dress wearing (sometimes out-loud to me too…

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