Do you know what goes into creating that favorite book your young one reads over and over? Or what it takes to persevere with a career in the competitive writing market?
Intrepid reporter Sass Bloom turns her journalistic eye to giving you answers to this and more in an exclusive interview with, er, um, ME!
I learned tons as an educator and communications professional, but nothing prepared me for the hurdles I faced since starting in 2013 to bring you worthy children’s tales.
Sass and her young fans from Blountville, home of my writer pal, Cat Blount, delve into other issues and ask the tough questions --- everything from advice for aspiring authors to an insightful elementary grader asking why I don't write about pancakes. (Ok, ok, I admit getting brilliant ideas from young readers is lovely and f-u-n!)
We also discuss the Sweet T Tales and my newest chapter book for early and reluctant readers, Sweet T and the Turtle Team. (Ok again: I’m beyond-psyched to share Turtle Team in its print and digital debut with y'all on 21 July, so I guess that’s me having f-u-n again.)
I’d be over the moon if you’ll click below to pop by Sass Bloom's blog to read our interview (And talking with Sass and the kids was def F-U-N!).
OOOOOOOoooooo Almost forgot! Sass is giving away a free Sweet T and the Turtle Team e-book to one lucky reader.
What are you waiting for? Please give us a like here and click on over to Blountville with Sass! Appreciate YOU!
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