December 14, 2014

Hello, Fellow Writers! Would you like my How to Market and Promote Your Book Checklist & Worksheet? and what if I threw in a guide with 21 Ways to Promote Your Book on Amazon?   Totally FREE? I’m doing some research all about writers. If you follow my blog or podcast, or have read my…

August 28, 2013

Podcast Episode #148 Episode sponsor: Just Write for Kids This time it’s just me and you, the listener. I’ve got lots of questions like what’s the average word and/or page length of a young graphic novel and a lot of other questions answered, too. If you like the episode, please click here to tweet and…

February 20, 2013

Subscribe to the podcast! In this week’s show you’ll hear Review by Mr. Schu of graphic novels an announcement from me about a show hiatus while I finish Video Idiot Boot Camp Susanna Leonard Hill and Julie Hedlund come on to discuss how to create an income stream from various writerly sources! Susanna has her writing course she’s…

March 17, 2012

UPDATED WITH VIDEO, BELOW If you sign up for my newsletter, you’ll see the video when I send it later this week, along with some reader questions answered and other info.     New books for young readers: wtnh.com

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November 28, 2011

Subscribe for: iPod, iPhone & iTunes / Zune / Android   December 16 is the deadline to help the trailer for Little Chicken’s Big Day win a 2011 SLJ Trailee Award! Click here to vote! In this episode you’ll hear me and Jarrett Krosoczka having too much fun. You’ll also hear: a review by Travis…

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July 20, 2011

Raina Telgemeier is the author/illustrator of the fabulous tween graphic novel, Smile and the illustrator of the graphic novel version of The Baby-Sitters Club: Claudia and Mean Janine Subscribe for: iPod, iPhone & iTunes / Zune / Android Click here to download. In this episode you’ll hear… a review by Bookalicious Pam: Hourglass by Myra…

July 1, 2011

It’s a new thing! A guest illustration from Dave Roman, a recent guest on my podcast. Download either or both just by clicking on them. With one you can write your own comic, and with the other, just color!