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Even though this video has been out there for a while, it’s one I like to view every so often for a healthy dose of inspiration.
My F & Gs for TOO PURPLEY! arrived last week. And they look terrific. Since I’m rather new to publishing, I had to Google “F & G” again because I’d completely forgotten the term. Turn out it stands for “folded and gathered.” But honestly, that term doesn’t do these babies justice. They look quite nice…. Read more »
I couldn’t be more excited about finding TOO PURPLEY! on Amazon. And if you should search on my author name, you’ll see the paperback U.K. version right there next to the U.S. hardcover. Now look closely. The U.K. title is actually TOO PURPLY! That makes me smile. Why? Because my editor spent tons of time… Read more »
After this round of critiques, including my Take the Dare, Show You Care critique, I think I’ve hit on a good number. Three or four manuscripts per Peek Week feels about right. Some of you may wonder why not more. The answer – they take a ton of time. The initial read through and text… Read more »
Oh, I hate that I only have time for 3 this week. There were so many titles I loved. So many manuscripts I wanted to read -proving I need to do this more often. But I’m absolutely thrilled with the winners. And I’ll have you know that the selection process was extremely official. My husband,… Read more »
I’m playing with the Publishometer from Editorial Anonymous. I so adore objective ranking systems that I can manipulate as my ego permits. Ah, to be Paris Hilton for a day … but that might eject me from the kidlitosphere for good.
You might want to take a look at Sudipta’s list before Peek Week. Rule #5 is my favorite.
Okay, maybe I’m a little hung up on literary music videos this week, but Betsy Bird’s is genius.Not your stereotypical librarian/author, eh?
I love this!