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2013: My Year of Less Dysfunction It occurred to me a few years ago that if I detest winter, and I DO, that means I’m detesting a quarter of my life. Just like a pig parade, that’s a terrible idea. … Continue reading
I have been known to moan loudly while working on novels. I mostly laugh out loud while working on picture books. Sane perspective: Why do I keep writing novels? I’m not sure I know the answer. But it might be … Continue reading
So apparently you’re supposed to actually post on your blog every now and then. I’ve finally finished (almost) working on my next middle-grade novel, which has the working title Screaming at the Ump. Goodness. I can’t tell you how good … Continue reading
These are strange times. This week has felt more like four months. We stockpiled before the storm–water, flashlights, canned foods–and also enjoyed some strange serendipity. My daughter’s soccer team fundraiser was selling Yankee Candles, which were delivered the day before … Continue reading
Last year I participated in the kind of event I normally run from: PiBoIdMo (picture book idea month). The prospect of coming up with a new picture book idea every day for a 30-day month was, of course, horrifying. I … Continue reading
I once heard Bernie Williams talk about how quickly you can go from goat to hero in baseball. (As someone who wants a baby pet goat, I paid attention.) But what stuns me more, as a generally well-rounded person, is … Continue reading
We have a winner! My random number generator, aka my firstborn, was asked to select a number from 1 to 27. If you knew that he was a big Don Mattingly fan, you’d have left the 23rd comment and you’d … Continue reading
I am so excited about the interview I’m posting tomorrow. So excited that I’m teasing it right now. Also, you can win a book, one that’s not yet available….one for actual grown-up readers. See you tomorrow!