Creating memorable characters is tough work, and naming them well is an important step. Here are some tips, hacks, and resources to help.
Here’s a short, short story to brighten your day. Noah’s Nose Knows by Ali Stegert
I’m shifting gears, tackling two writing projects at once. The new one is magical realism for middle grade readers. Intrigued?
I picked a winner! Kate Milford’s Greenglass House takes the prize for best children’s mystery in the 2015 Edgars. Read why it’s such a great book on Spilling Ink!
Welcome to the quest to create outstanding children’s literature, where mere word-smithery won’t do. Art is the aim.
Last month, I devoted a large chunk of my reading time to one book, a writing craft book called Writing Irresistible Kidlit by editor and former literary agent Mary Kole.