August 14, 2014

Brain Burps About Books #191 If you’re writing a children’s book, you need to know about Kidlit411.com An Interview with Kidlit 411 creators Elaine Kiely Kearns & Sylvia Liu Click to tweet about this show! This week’s guests are Elaine Kiely Kearns is a picture book writer, a second grade elementary school teacher and a mother of two, who…

August 12, 2014

Is your summer zipping by like mine? It’s crazy! One thing I did this past month was get this course ready for you guys. I’m  giving you this course for FREE. It’s called 100 Things Every Writer Must Do to Succeed Online. It covers     Creating Your Brand     The Power of Your Domain  …

August 1, 2014

Brain Burps About Books Episode #189 Eric Carle Museum, Highlights Foundation Partnership Teaching The Whole Book, the Common Core, & More with Alison Green Myers & Rosemary Agoglia   Click here to get on the priority list for VideosForWriters.com, my new service that I’ll be introducing soon! Affordable customizable videos created especially for writers! Today’s interview…

July 30, 2014

Regardless of your politics, a Kennedy is American royalty. And I remember how I felt as a kid when I heard Ted Kennedy, Jr.–also a kid at the time–was going to lose his leg to cancer. I wasn’t the only one who thought this family had gone through enough already. We weren’t far off in…

The Unforgettable Season by Phil Bildner
May 30, 2014

Brain Burps About Books Podcast #180 Batter Up! Phil Bildner’s On Deck An Interview with Children’s Author Phil Bildner If you’re a listener, would you please help the show by clicking here to fill out this short anonymous survey? In this week’s episode you’ll hear about my upcoming exploits at Book Expo America (BEA). questions…

September 18, 2013

Show Notes for Brain Burps About Books Podcast Episode #147 Want to tweet about this show? Click here! In this week’s show a review by Julie Falatko of Moonday by Adam Rex new Twitter for Beginner’s package in honor of Banned Books Week, an interview with author Dennis Miller and the librarian who banned his book, Scott…

May 12, 2012

You really need to click on these to see the looks on the kids faces. I was asking them to make expressions I then drew on characters in a story we created together. It was a great way to illustrate beginning, middle and end, and the power of imagination and storytelling! Those kids rocked!