By Sean McCollum
“A bunch of years ago I took a six-week swing dance class here in Boulder. I had always loved watching the expert dancers on the dance floor—the timing, the spins and rocks, the lifts, the glee. The good hoofers made it look so effortless, so fluid—so fun!
Our instructors [...]
by Ceil Boyles
For me, the most difficult chapter to write is often the most read one—the first chapter. Perhaps that’s why it’s so hard to write. Agent submission guidelines often say to include the first five or ten pages, which in children’s books is frequently the entire first chapter. The temptation is to [...]
by Bobbi Shupe
Which comes first? Words or pictures? In my case I think in terms of pictures and get very “finger tied” when it comes to adding the words. In fact, members of my critique group I’m sure are taking bets right now that I will chicken out of writing this blog.