Acknowledgements

  First of all, I just want to thank everyone, near and far, who has been supporting Beep and Bob. It means so much to me. If you were at the series launch event at Barnes & Noble this past weekend, you may have noted that one of the most important things I said is that while… Read more »

Getting to Know: Eliot Sappingfield

    If I’m allowed to judge a book by its cover, I have to admit I was immediately blown away the moment I saw an advance copy of Eliot Sappingfield’s debut middle-grade novel, A Problematic Paradox (G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers, January 23, 2018). The fine-line detail, the color scheme, the constellations and lettering; I knew this… Read more »

Getting to Know: Jackie Yeager

This year, in my ongoing conversations with fellow kidlit creators, I’m going to focus on members of the Electric Eighteens, a group of middle-grade and YA debut authors. First up is Jackie Yeager, whose exciting STEM-friendly novel, SPIN THE GOLDEN LIGHT BULB (Amberjack Publishing), releases January 9th! Me: Can you sum up your book for… Read more »

Getting to Know: Ginger Rue

Of all hypothetical powers one may daydream about having, I have to admit I’ve always had a fondness for the ability to freeze time (especially in the middle of some of the hectic art classes I teach; instant quiet! Bathroom break! Time to kick back and read!) It’s a trope that comes up often in fiction,… Read more »