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#PBPitch: An Awesome Twitter Pitch Contest for Kidlit Writers!!

Twitter pitch parties have been gaining in popularity in the last few years.

What is a Twitter pitch party, you may ask?

Well, if you’re a writer and are seeking a literary agent or a publisher, they are amazing opportunities. 784 more words

Children's Literature

KidLit Review: Island of the Blue Dolphins

This year, one of my pseudo-resolutions is to start reading more children’s literature. I love to hear what other people’s memorable childhood books are so that I can compare them to the ones that I have read, and make lists for new ones I want to research and maybe read for myself.  572 more words

Books

Marsie's Monday Motivation - Be Vulnerable and Ignore the Dogs

Marsie the Cat: Let’s talk about fear, human.

Me: Again?

Marsie: Yes. Again.

Me: I’m just afraid of so much stuff.

Marsie: You’re afraid of failing, of being vulnerable, of exposing yourself to the world, am I write? 562 more words

Writing

New Children'S Book Blog

Hi Folks – I launched a new weekly blog on children’s books – okay, my children’s books. It’s kind of an ongoing AMA (Ask Me Anything), except no one really asked. 65 more words

[KidLit Review] Grumpy Dinosaur - Michael Gordon


Grumpy Dinosaur
by Michael Gordon
Release Date: July 10, 2017
Genre: Children’s Fiction
Age Range: 3-5
Pages: 27
Format Read: Kindle
Source: Purchased
Buy: Amazon… 201 more words

Book Reviews

What I've been reading - Lure by Tarynn Kerr

Lure by Tarynn Kerr

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Interesting ideas on fairy generation, nice relationship development between the MCs although a bit one-sided and hard to understand from the male MC’s point of view. 75 more words

Books