“Insights from a First Time Author”
Hello! My name is Vali Benson and I have been a writer all my life. I can also now call myself a published author. It still seems like a dream, but it’s true. Ever since I can remember, I have had a book in my […]
“Asking the Important Questions About Action Scenes”
I love a good scrap in my stories, and I always have. Battles, boss fights, chases, sports, middle grade novels are as filled with thrilling scenes of action as any other genre of fiction, and mine are no exception. These scenes are fun to […]
Typically, I think of reading as a way to settle and quiet my mind. I hope The Whole Hole Story has the opposite effect on readers. I wrote the story with the opposite intention. I hope the story and illustrations spark and excite young minds to consider the infinite possibilities of their own imaginations.
Strongman: The Rise of Five Dictators and the Fall of Democracy
Author: Kenneth C. Davis
Published October 6th, 2020 by Henry Holt and Co.
About the Book: From the bestselling author of the Don’t Know Much About books comes a dramatic account of the origins of democracy, the history […]
“Nine Steps for Writers Dealing with Rejection”
By Erica S. Perl
“It’s just not what we’re looking for right now…”
“I really wanted to love it, but…”
“I didn’t connect with it…”
I’m not going to sugar coat it. Rejection stinks. Given the choice, I’d pick a root canal any day.
“Story Talk: Use Conversation to Fall in Love with a Book–A Reading Resource using Float by Daniel Miyares”
Reading a story with a child is one of the most loving ways to build a relationship. Snuggled up together, you can laugh, feel sad, be curious, and learn something, together. Stories open […]
Character Interview: A Perilous Journey of Danger & Mayhem—The Final Gambit
On the occasion of the publication of The Final Gambit, the third installment of the Perilous Journey of Danger & Mayhem trilogy, author Christopher Healy will be interviewed by one of the characters from that series, humble ashman turned heroic […]
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