Library Visit and Festival Fun!

Howdy, writer and reader friends! I hope your fall is going as gangbusters as mine. I’m writing so fast and so long my fingers ache by 5 pm, and I wake up and race for the keyboard… it’s definitely my happy place.

That said, I have a LOT of fun things coming up. This Thursday, I’m heading to the Rosenberg Public Library in Galveston, Texas for a free writing workshop for 4th- 6th grade kids. I think there’s still time to sign up – but hurry!

Then, it’s on to a fun day of school visits at a Galveston school, with TONS of writing workshops (pictures to come)… then Halloween, my favorite holiday. It combines endless candy with terrifying creatures, a perfect combination.


The following week, I’ll be presenting in San Antonio and Austin. If you are in San Antonio, you can come to the Friends of Northside Libraries “An Evening with the Authors” on November 4, from 6-9 p.m. This event sounds perfect for librarians, readers, writers, and book lovers of any kind.


Check out the line-up!


And that’s only the next week! The following weekend is the Texas Book Festival, where I’ll be moderating for Raina Telgemeier, John David Anderson, and Paul Griffin… but more on that later. I’m overwhelmed in the best of ways.

Write fast, and write well! The world needs your stories, friends.


Posted in Children's Fiction, Miscellaneous, People I Love, School Visits on 10/24/2016 09:40 pm

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