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Katie Frawley Jun 11
Hey, writers! Check out this short post from agent Tracy Marchini on the top 3 reasons she passes on PB subs. Don't make these easily avoidable mistakes in your stories!
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Carrie Finison 🍩🍩🍩 Jun 7
In honor of , & my upcoming book DOZENS OF DOUGHNUTS, I'm offering a free critique to one writer who: a) follows me, & b) replies or QT's w/the name of your favorite doughnut flavor and/or local shop.
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Erin Dionne Jun 13
Picture book alert!! The talented did the illustrations for BALLETBALL, edited by Karen Boss & out 2/25/20. Meet Nini, who is struggling to transition to baseball now that ballet is over. Sparkly shoelaces and new moves may help...
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Amy Sparkes Jun 12
There's no point in putting suggestions partway through texts. 1) It's distracting 2) The art design team decide where it goes anyway 3) An image doesn't 'come into view'. It's on the page to begin with. Keep it simple.
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Laya V Smith 14m
For my . I found this interesting.
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Tina Mowrey πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 🌡🦝🦝 5h
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Shawn T. Anderson πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 2h
Juggling multiple projects this summer. Need to get cranking on June’s draft. I’m kicking around 2 ideas; characters &settings are exciting, but plots are foggy. Today, I’ve been focusing on β€”that’s coming along nicely!
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Jess the Author Jun 11
Doing some research for a new . This is from one of my favorite fairytale volumes as a kid. The artwork is exquisite.
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Leonie Roberts 4h
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R.J. Furness 🦊 14h
❄️❄️❄️ Have you ever heard of an orgo? They’re a creature you might not know. With long, thin necks, and only two legs, they tend to hang out in the snow. ❄️❄️❄️ 'Oscar The Orgo' hatches on the 1st July! You will be able to grab your copy on Amazon! ❀️
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Marcia Nelson Pedde 1h
Thanks everyone who came out for today's reading and book signing... and special thanks to the wonderful staff at !! πŸ‘Έ
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Qin Leng 6h
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Tina Mowrey πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 🌡🦝🦝 Jun 14
I participated many times in . While I didn’t connect with my agent during this event, it helped me craft better pitches AND meet lots of other . (and later, I did receive a β€œlike” from an agent in and signed with her 😊) Join the fun! πŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸ‘‡πŸΌ
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Cindy Mitchell -- Book Pusher 4h
When You're Scared by AndrΓ©e Poulin and VΓ©ronique Joffre Told mostly through the illustrations, this nearly wordless book can spark great discussions about empathy, fear, even cause/effect. ADVISABLE
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Sue Todd 4h
2 days late for From , One Last Wish, Hindu folktale published by commissioned by Dinardo Design.
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Samuel Narh 5h
An excerpt from All Are Welcome Here written by Alexandra Penfold. It is one of our favorite children's books about and . Love is always the answer. . . . .
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Sandra Neil Wallace πŸ—½ Jun 14
SO MUCH FUN FILMING a promo video for the SEQUOYAH BOOK AWARDS! Honored my with Bryan Collier is a nominee & to share BETWEEN THE LINES with teachers & librarians. TY to filmmaker Jeff Coulter & the Thorne-Sagendorph for letting us film @ their art gallery!
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Kelly Leigh Miller 11h
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Picture Book Summit Jun 12
An eagle eye might see that we've already announced our second speaker, but we couldn't let ye miss the adventures of a landlocked pirate!
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Ali Harwood Jun 14
Between tutoring sessions in , I popped over to Chester today to meet with fellow and several other talented for lunch in . It was most stimulating. Thank you to Chris for buying my .
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