Hanover Book Expo 2021 Wrap-up

I made it to the Expo yesterday. Though less prepared and more harried than I had wanted to be. I had ordered t-shirts to sell along with my books, but they did not arrive in time, despite the express delivery and promise of being delivered earlier in the week (I still don’t have them). Also, the night before the Expo, I nicked myself while cleaning a kitchen knife (I’m ok, folks!), which ate into the time I had left to pack and practice. In the morning, with very little time left to get to my destination, I wanted a bite of something and stopped to get a donut, a blueberry muffin (to cancel out the donut), and a coffee. But once I got through the door of the Expo, I was told I could help myself to donuts and coffee! Just my luck.

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Interview with Children’s Author Charles Long

In episode 42 of Working Title podcast, I’m joined by children’s author Charles Long. He shares the remarkable 10-year journey of his first book to publication. Along the way he offers his tips for writing children’s books, successfully collaborating with illustrators, and speaking before an audience of any age.

Enjoy!

Recorded on: January 8, 2020

Length: 66 minutes

Intro and outro music in the podcast is called, β€œThe Strategy.”

Charles Long’s website: https://charlesmlong.com/

Interview with Brian Rock

In episode 29 of Working Title podcast I speak with children’s author and former teacher/stand-up comic, Brian Rock. We discuss his funny picture and chapter books, writing stand-up material, his tips for public speaking and using word clustering to broaden your writing palette .

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