After a month of Storystorm trying to create a new picture book idea each day, I made a few realizations about myself.
1. Sitting and focusing on creativity is the worst possible way to be even remotely creative!
2. The first few ideas come the easiest. They have so much potential. I start writing, revising, loving all these new little babies, but...
3. Ideas 28, 29 and 30 are often so much better. They are more original, more random, more far-reaching. It affirmed for me that trying to be creative over a longer period of time, then flushing out all the ideas, was a much more effective way to arrive at some really creative options. Hooray!
This puns shape up nicely in Love, Triangle by Marcie Colleen Synonyms abound in Stegathesaurus by Bridg...
John Green is so much fun, and so great to listen to! Here he is on Mental Floss.
It's that time of year, all the best of 2018 lists are coming out. It's informative to see what books each group highlights. Here is...
He has been wearing the cone of shame and watching me work for days. The least I could do was include him here.