Monthly Archives: May 2018

The benefits of reading fantasy for children – Guest Post by, Robbie Cheadle…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Fantasy is a genre of writing in which the setting and characters are not based on reality but are based on something magical or impossible. The use of fairies, witches,…

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Compliments and Criticism: Lessons Learned and Applied from My First Book

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This is a guest post by Margaret Wellwood, a children’s book writer, editor, and grandmother. Margaret shares here some precious lessons she learned listening to feedback from her readers. Compliments and Criticism: Lessons Learned…

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The Gemini Connection, on #LisaBurtonRadio

Originally posted on Entertaining Stories:
Coming at you with one point twenty-one jigawatts of power, this is Lisa Burton Radio. The only show that brings you the characters from the books you love. I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl,…

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Romance Vs Action: A Tale of Two Vampires

Romance-  Was this supposed to be a conversation post? Action-  No, but this guy doesn’t have a strong opinion on why one of us, me, is better than the other. R- But he hasn’t read any vampire romances, so he’ll … Continue reading

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A Few Questions To Answer: Quick and to the Point

L.Marie asked: RPGs inspired you in the past. What inspires you now? I’ve always been inspired by a lot of things, but tabletop RPG’s allowed me to test out my characters.  When I started, I was influenced by comic books, video … Continue reading

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Check This Out: Yoga Frog

Originally posted on El Space–The Blog of L. Marie:
With me on the blog today is one of my wonderful classmates from Vermont College of Fine Arts—the awe-inspiring Nora Carpenter. Nora is here to talk about her picture book for…

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Design Your Own Logo In Seconds!

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
As many of you know, in my day job I work as a web developer. Most of my skills I’ve picked up in the past 25 years of web design, from Internet marketing to…

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