Brain Burps About Books Podcast #170
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In this week's episode
- an interview with Laurel Snyder, author of Seven Stories Up
- how I messed up! Mea culpa! Mea culpa! Julie Falatko gave me THREE reviews. So, my bad. Not hers. Feel free to throw tomatoes.
- where to come see me in April:
- April 19th – Children's Literary Salons, hosted by the esteemed New York Public Librarian, toast of the town, and Fuse #8 creator Betsy Bird. Get more information here.
- April 24th – American Society of Journalists and Authors – Find out more here.
In the interview with Laurel Snyder
- how to research a fantasy novel.
- the connections in Seven Stories Up to Bigger Than a Bread Box.
- the limits of what you can write in a middle grade story.
- more than seven stories with Laurel Snyder!
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