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Writerly Myths–and How to Bust Them! with Lindsay K. Bandy

Meet Lindsay K. Bandy.I’m the Assistant Regional Advisor and Blog-master for the Eastern PA region of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), of which I’ve been a member since 2014. It’s been my pleasure to lead workshops... Continue Reading →

Journey Through Scotland With Diane Magras

Meet Diane Magras   Diane Magras grew up on Mount Desert Island in Maine. She spent much of her childhood reading and writing, but also outside: racing on seaside granite slabs, darting through birch-lined marshes, and hiking mossy forests. She... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: Querying 101 with Caitlin Lambert

Meet Caitlin Lambert Caitlin Lambert is a YA writer, YouTuber, and all-around book lover! She runs Quills & Coffee – with tips, tools, and encouragement for writers every Wednesday – and chats about books and the writing life on her... Continue Reading →

Unlikeable Characters: A Guest Post by Naomi Hughes

Meet Naomi Hughes.   Naomi Hughes grew up all over the U.S. before finally settling in the Midwest, a place she loves even though it tries to murder her with tornadoes every spring. Along with her editing, she writes quirky... Continue Reading →

Three Authors + The Spiritualist Movement: Guest Post by Kailey Tedesco

Meet Kailey Tedesco. Kailey Tedesco is the author of These Ghosts of Mine, Siamese (Dancing Girl Press) and She Used to be on a Milk Carton (April Gloaming Publishing). She is the editor-in-chief of Rag Queen Periodical and a staff... Continue Reading →

Common Blog Tour: Behind the Scenes Tour + Guest Post

Common: Tales of the Mystics, Book One By: Laurie Lucking Release Date: February 14, 2018 Paperback: $14.99, eBook: $4.99 (Pre-order Price of $2.99) Love2ReadLove2Write Publishing, LLC Genre: YA Fantasy, 304 pages, ISBN: 978-1-943788-27-9 Only one person knows of the plot... Continue Reading →

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