Monthly Archives: December 2009

Check out Lisa Schroeder’s article – how to support authors when your heart is bigger than your wallet

YA author Lisa Schroeder has a *wonderful* post on some ways that you can support authors when your heart is bigger than your wallet. Like she says, there are a TON of fantastic books that come out each year–and most … Continue reading

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Interview with children’s author Gail Silver

Gail Silver wrote Anh’s Anger, a picture book that helps children (and, I think, adults, too) to recognize, understand, and deal with anger. CR: Welcome, Gail. Tell us about Anh’s Anger. GS: Anh’s Anger is a story that provides children … Continue reading

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Speech Recognition Software for Writers, Bloggers

I tried Dragon Naturally Speaking when it first came out, and then a few years later, excited about the idea of easier, faster ways to get a typed copy of my manuscripts. I was disappointed with how much I had … Continue reading

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Guest Blog by YA author E Lockhart and book giveaway

As part of her blog tour to celebrate the release of her new book, The Treasure Map of Boys: Noel, Jackson, Finn, Hutch, Gideon–and me, Ruby Oliver, E Lockhart has agreed to stop by and give us a guest post … Continue reading

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Enjoying the Book Blogger Holiday Swap

This is my first year taking part in the Book Blogger Holiday Swap–and I’m so glad I did! I was opening up two packages, hoping that the gifts I’d ordered for the people I love had arrived in time–and one … Continue reading

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