Writing and Illustrating Kids’ Books: The Inside Story

Happening now! Sorry I forgot to post.

Here’s the Zoom link.

 

 

4 comments on “Writing and Illustrating Kids’ Books: The Inside Story

  1. Thanks for posting this, and thanks for attending, Karyn!

    • It was a really interesting presentation. I hope you had lots of aspiring writers listening in.

      • I think at least 50. Btw, I see we have another book of yore in common: Wildfire at Midnight, by Mary Stewart. I still have her books; not sure I’d be quite so dazzled now. I remember also enjoying The Ivy Tree, even though, as M.S. acknowledged, it was a riff on Josephine Tey’s Brat Farrar. Impersonation stories are always fun.

    • Mary Stewart is one of my favourite long-term authors … despite the rather odd not-quite-archaic-enough practice of marrying between cousins (legal in England long after it was legal here). I think This Rough Magic is mu favourite… Never really liked The Ivy Tree because I have a personal hangup about lies, and impersonation stories suffer in my estimation as a result.

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