Monthly Archives: April 2013
Since I’ve started this journey, I’ve had a lot of technology catching-up to do. I started this blog. I started two professional Facebook pages. I set up a Twitter account. I downloaded and learned to use IrfanView. I opened a Linkedin … Continue reading
Kelly’s keynote speech on Sunday at the SCBWI conference just took my breath away. She was so eloquent and honest about her writing journey. Kelly writes non-fiction books about fictional things, such as Bigfoot and ghosts. She visits 60-70 schools … Continue reading
Writers of kid-lit are known for their warmth. From left: Tera Stivers; Deb Marshall; Linda Duddridge; and Shannon Grogan. Yours truly stands behind them. They made the second day of the SCBWI conference sooo much better. Thanks, guys!
The group of children’s writers who welcomed me into the fold. A couple of fellow Spokane residents are pictured, including Carol Nelson, back row, far left, and Rachel Hamby, back row, third from right.
Day 2 of the western Washington SCBWI conference started differently than the first day. I’m so glad. After the first day of my conference, I was convinced I wouldn’t attend again. This is the fourth year I’ve taken part in … Continue reading
As mentioned in my earlier blog, here is a party pic from the SCBWI conference this weekend, but not quite the one I had planned. Instead of new friends, here are two of my biggest supporters. My daughter, Megan, (left), … Continue reading
Kathryn Stockett, author of The Help, queried 60 agents before finding representation with Susan Ramer, a literary agent at Don Congdon Associates. Ms. Ramer sold the manuscript in less than a week. I submitted my manuscript to that agency on … Continue reading