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G is for Graeagle

G is for Graeagle

“It’s up in the mountains, a dot on a map, our adventures up here are always a little madcap.” –...

F is for Florence

F is for Florence

I bet you thought I was going to talk about Florence, Italy. But…I’m not. There is a beautiful spot on...

I’ve Written a Book Now What? Finding an Illustrator

I’ve Written a Book Now What? Finding an Illustrator

When I set out to turn Cowgirl Lessons into a children’s book, the biggest hurdle I had to overcome was...

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I’ve Written a Children’s Book Now What

I started writing blog posts to help give aspiring authors a glimpse into what I’ve learned about the process. I...

I’ve Written a Children’s Book, Now What? ISBNs

I’ve Written a Children’s Book, Now What? ISBNs

.You’ve made a lot of decisions up to this point, and they are far from over. One of the most...

U is for the Unknown

U is for the Unknown

Unknown adjective not known; not within the range of one’s knowledge, experience, or understanding; strange; unfamiliar. not discovered, explored, identified,...

R is for Reading

R is for Reading

One of the most common pieces of advice most writers receive is to never stop reading. Read in your genre,...

O is for Obstacles

O is for Obstacles

I find we as writers have a tendency to put obstacles in the way of our writing. Whether we admit...

L is for Library

L is for Library

Some of my earliest memories (besides digging in the dirt with my best friend) are of my mother taking me...

K is for Kindred Spirits

K is for Kindred Spirits

“Kindred spirits are not so scarce as I used to think. It’s splendid to find out there are so many...