Tag Archives: Harold Underdown

A Highlights Foundation Thank You By Kim Briggs

Dive in. It’s the first line of Starr Fall, my young adult romantic thriller due out this November. It’s the motto I’ve followed most of my life. It’s a philosophy that sometimes causes a near heart attack when I jump … Continue reading

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Food for Stereotypical Thoughts, by Kristen C. Strocchia

    As a language teacher, I really enjoy reading and writing about cultural diversity—across all genres. But while working on my first novel—a YA historical fantasy set in northeastern Africa in the late 1800’s—I became concerned about how to handle … Continue reading

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So You Just Wrote A Children’s Book, Now What? by Larry Fogel-Bublick

First congratulations. There’s nothing like finishing a manuscript. Yes, I know you want to send out your manuscript RIGHT now. After all, you’re FINISHED. You spent days, months, or years writing your book. It’s done. Your husband loved it. Your … Continue reading

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From Rut-Thing to Groove-Thang, by Kristen C. Strocchia

They say if you want something done, ask a busy person to do it.  As a full-time teacher and mother of six, life can get pretty busy, and blissfully so.  But no matter how hectic a week is, my brain … Continue reading

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