Monthly Archives: November 2011

Happy Illustrators Month!

Happy Wednesday, everyone! For the month of December, we’re celebrating our wonderfully talented regional artists by sharing interviews with published illustrators, such as the lovely Susan Detwiler, our regional illustrator coordinator who will be featured on the 6th!   She’s done … Continue reading

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Another ABC Event coming your way…

Thanksgiving is over, but there’s still plenty to be (“…or not to be…”) thankful for, including our next ABC event! Join us as debut author, Michelle Ray, discusses her YA novel, Falling for Hamlet: a contemporary spin on a classic … Continue reading

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The Tri-Regional Roads to Publication Conference!

Get yourself a cup of coffee, folks, because this is gonna be a long one! And deservedly so, because our first Tri-Regional Roads to Publication conference was absolutely fantastic! It was held on November 11th – 13th at the Gettysburg Wyndham Hotel … Continue reading

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Picture Book Month

Did you know that it’s National Picture Book Month? And here you thought November was just about turkey. 😉 So if you read, write, or fantasize about writing picture books, (like me,) then head on over to the November 2011 Picture Book Month website! There are tons of … Continue reading

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12 Things To Do Before You Crash and Burn!

Congratulations and a mighty woo-HOO to regional member and all-around great guy James Proimos, author of several books including Scholastic Book Fair pick, SWIM SWIM, for the release of 12 THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU CRASH AND BURN! Hercules Martino has until … Continue reading

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Spring Novel-Writing Workshop

Do you have a novel almost completed? Would you like experienced writers or editors to critique it, including Coe Booth, award-winning YA writer who is currently working on a middle grade novel; Marion Dane Bauer, award-winning middle grade writer; and Alvina Ling, Editorial … Continue reading

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