Category: Guest Blog

Little Love by Rose Stanek (Book Review #654)

Little Love is a children’s book written about a little girl and her journey finding love and happiness. She tries several things such as fame and beauty but still feels sad as none of them are fulfilling.

Quote of the Day

Interviewing Natasha Deen

What’s your favorite thing that someone else has written? Hands down, my favorite book is Watty Piper’s The Little Engine that Could.

Why I write? By Romario Ashley

  Why I write? By Romario Ashley What does it mean to write? What does it mean to pull words out of the air and create images for others to see? For a long time, I ignored those questions and I was content with…

Seeing the Story by Jackson Coppley

Seeing the Story by Jackson Coppley   I have an active imagination. Always have. When my children were little, I put them to bed asking what type of story they would like. It may be simple, a trip to the beach with their cousins….

When Artistry and Technology Collide: How the Truly Unique Images for the New Children’s Book, Chicago Treasure, were Created By Rich Green

When Artistry and Technology Collide: How the Truly Unique Images for the New Children’s Book, Chicago Treasure, were Created By Rich Green Award-winning photographer and author Larry Broutman approached me with an unusual artistic proposition. His idea was so fantastical that it actually came…

Writing A Book For Nobody By David Kummer

Writing A Book For Nobody By David Kummer   Whatever you do, save yourself. Don’t write a book. That’s the advice I would give to someone if they asked for it. But then I would probably take it back (probably), and I’d clarify my…

Visualization by Regina McDonald

Visualization. If someone were to ask you to describe the moment when your brain began forming pictures while reading or listening to a book, would you have a moment in time when written words suddenly burst into images of living color, scenes, characters, or…

A short conversation with Aria Ligi

Hammer of God was first conceived as I was writing a screenplay for a character whose personal angst was a kind of mirror to my own. Charlotte, who is the protagonist of the titular poem on page one and is referred to on page…