Monthly Archives: June 2017

Summer Reading: Cutting the Line, by Kristen C. Strocchia

Most likely we’ve all heard the advice that great writers are great readers. Know your craft, which we do by reading authors who’ve succeeded there. So, like many will-be authors, I keep a To Read list and a stack of … Continue reading

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The Journey Will Be Worth It, by Laura Marinakos

I have long been a fan of picture books, and if possible, I would spend a significant amount of time reading them. Instead, I find myself grasping at those few minutes of the day where I can cuddle with my … Continue reading

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Attention, Dj’s! It’s The Summer 2017 EPA SCBWI Playlist! by Lindsay Bandy

Music and inspiration are inseparable for me. Words, sounds, emotion, movement, color, memory, image, rhyme, phrasing, voice, mood….ah yes, my love for music is second only to my love of writing. For every project I’m working on, I have a … Continue reading

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Summer Reading: Blog Edition, by Lori Ann Palma

As our summer reading series continues, we’ve been focusing on books, but there’s nothing wrong with sneaking in some blog reading, too! Whenever I have a few minutes, I like to check out a few of my favorite blogs to … Continue reading

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Summer Bucks County Meet & Greet (with Author/Illustrator Barbara DiLorenzo!), by Virginia Law Manning

Please join me for our next Bucks County Meet & Greet on: Tuesday, June 20th, From: 10 am to 12 noon At: Artists of Yardley, 949 Mirror Lake Road, Yardley, PA 19067 *BYO coffee/tea, and please RSVP if you can come* … Continue reading

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Sneaking in Some Summer Reading, by Lindsay Bandy

For some of us, summer is a time to spend extra time reading. (Yay for you!!) But for others, particularly those of the parental persuasion, we find that suddenly, our quiet time has vanished into humid air. We’ve got a … Continue reading

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Summer Reading: A Tale of Two Books Named GRIT, by Lori Ann Palma

There’s something about summer reading that feels extra special. Maybe it’s that our brains slow down enough to really absorb the words and all those little details we might not otherwise notice during the busy school year. It makes me … Continue reading

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