My last post for the Mixed-Up Files is about Graphic Novels. I will miss being part of that group but will continue to follow the blog and hope to use my extra time (ha!) to post more news and views on this website (including reviews!)
Title: The Industrial Revolution for Kids: The People and Technology that Changed the World Author: Cheryl Mullenbach Publisher: Chicago Review Press (August, 2014) Reviewer: Yolanda Ridge ISBN: 9781613746905 I had the privilege of interviewing Cheryl Mullenbach, a former middle and high school history teacher and state education department consultant, for the Mixed-Up Files of Middle-Grade Authors. Check out […]
My latest thoughts on writing and rejection at The Mixed-Up Files of Middle-Grade Authors; Thicken Thou Skin.
Today on the mixed-up files I’ve posted an interview with Kami Kinard. Check it out and enter to win a copy of her new book – The Boy Problem – a great middle grade book!
My latest post on the Mixed-Up Files of Middle Grade Authors… dinner parties and fiction writing. What’s the connection? Bon Appetit!
Here’s a link to my somewhat grinchy post on the Mixed-Up Files of Middle Grade Authors; Saying No Happy Holidays, everyone. See you in 2014!
With a new job doing freelance writing for our local paper (Rossland News) I haven’t had much time to do book reviews, but I did get the opportunity to interview Catherine Murdock about her new book, Heaven is Paved with Oreos. Check out my Mixed-Up Files interview and enter to win a copy of the book which features D.J. […]
My latest post at the Mixed-Up Files about Hi-Lo Books for Middle Grade Readers.
I have a new post up at the Mixed-Up Files about everyone’s favourite topic – rules! Check it out here and let me know what rules you want to break this summer!
My latest post at From the Mixed-Up Files of Middle-Grade Authors features an interview with Lois Peterson – one of my favourite Canadian authors.