Here's my fun new cover!
One of the best things about a blog tour is getting to talk about my writing process. Dianne Salerni, author of books for HarperCollins, Clarion, and Sourcebooks, interviewed me and asked some amazing questions! Check it out here.
Have you ever noticed that dogs are extremely popular in children's books? I break down why I personally think they are in a post on Karen Walker's blog.
To get inspired to write the Piper Morgan series, I spent hours reading chapter books. Which author do you think inspired me the most? I'll give you a hint: her series was about another spunky elementary school student. Read all about it at Meradeth Houston's blog.
Over the course of my career, I've written books with main characters between the ages of eight and thirty-five. What's the difference between these age groups? I discuss it in a guest post at Beverly Stowe McClure's blog.
As a full-time freelance writer, chapter book novelist, and middle grade novelist, I have to be able to work on more than one project at a time. What have I learned from doing this? I tell you all about it at Sheena-Kay Graham's blog.
Writing a book can be overwhelming. So many words to get to the end. I offer a couple of tips to help on J.A. Scott's blog.
I'm giving away a super-exclusive advanced copy of Piper Morgan Joins the Circus. Check out the fun illustrations inside!
Here's the giveaway box. I'll announce the winner the first week of March.