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January 27, 2017

Camille Andros's proactive approach to finding an agent paid off, and soon she had multiple offers from big name publishers. Any aspiring author’s dream, right? So how did this children’s book author get there?

Check out her Author Interview below.

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January 20, 2017

As a self-proclaimed "hybrid" author, Mary Hoagland has published traditionally and she has self-published. There are pros and cons to each, she said.

Her other advice to writers? Make sure you have non-editors read your manuscript to see if they have an emotional conne...

January 13, 2017

In 7th grade, Cassie M. Shiels got an idea for a book and started writing in her sparkly notebook. The idea seemed to come from nowhere, but she decided to just go with it.

So many of us never finish those 7th grade dreams, but Cassie stuck with it. Many years and edit...

January 5, 2017

With over 40 years of teaching and 250 plays and musicals under her belt, Deborah Baldwin was more than qualified to write a children's book about putting on a middle school play. Not that putting pen to paper is an easy process. But as Deborah says, writing is a fluid...

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