Three new releases are coming this year: Super Doople, Salvaged Time, and one yet-to-be-announced release! I’m especially excited about these new releases because two are the first picture books I’ve written and illustrated, and one is the second book in my middle-grade series, Snow Globe Travelers. Super Doople and Salvaged Time are available for preorderContinue reading “Three New Releases Coming in 2023”
Tag Archives: writing
Write 2 Books in 1 Month?!
November is National Novel Writing Month. The time when many writers will embark on a mission to write a novel in 30 days. Or at least 50,000 words towards a novel project. “Winning” at NaNoWriMo means reaching the 50K benchmark by November 30th. Will you be NaNoWriMo’ing? Have you ever “won”? Drafting a novel isContinue reading “Write 2 Books in 1 Month?!”
Teaching Resources for High School
Looking for resources to supplement your literature curriculum? There are three new (or recently updated) high school resources available on my TpT store. And like all resources in my TpT store, they’re FREE!
Word Choice: Differently Abled or Disabled?
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you know I rarely depart from posting book reviews, author interviews, and the occasional writer’s life update. And I typically post on Mondays or Fridays. But today, I have a question for you. You may remember me mentioning that I am autistic. Because I am, I readContinue reading “Word Choice: Differently Abled or Disabled?”
Guest Post: Swords and Magic and Intrigue, Oh My by Lee James
Lee James is on the blog today. She’s the author of Casket Case, Sweet Honesty, and the recent Christian fantasy release Azriel. Lee’s kindly offered to share some insight into her creative journey and the characters of Azriel. Please welcome Lee James! I’ve always been a huge fan of the fantasy genre. Swords and intrigueContinue reading “Guest Post: Swords and Magic and Intrigue, Oh My by Lee James”