The countdown to publication continues with this blog post from The Readathon! The reviewer mentions that my book reminded her of the book, “The Hundred Dresses” by Eleanor Estes because of its storyline about children being judgmental and its focus on issues of economic class. It’s not the first time I’ve heard this comparison. The […]
Adrian Simcox Does NOT Have a Horse
Blog Tour Day 1: Lost in Storyland
It’s that frenzied pre-launch time when I’m having anxiety dreams about all my upcoming events for my debut book. I haven’t had the “forgot my locker combination” one yet. Maybe tonight! Last night was a dream in which a bus was coming to pick me and my kids up after a trip, and all our […]
Two months from today…my first book comes out! It still seems like just a wonderful dream. I’m busy planning my book launch, to be held at my local library on August 14 (more information coming soon). In the meantime, I wanted to take a moment to encourage anyone who plans to buy the book to […]
It’s a real book!
I recently opened my mail to find my first copy of “Adrian Simcox Does NOT Have a Horse!” This definitely wasn’t the first time I’ve seen the book. I’ve been looking at Corinna Luyken’s wonderful art at various points in her illustration process, and I’ve seen the book in electronic form and then a couple […]
So Much Book Fun!
Friends, Apologies for not blogging while my new website was built (shout-out to the super talented Ilsa Brink for creating this site for me!). Over the past few months, the art for my book was completed (a HUGE shout-out to the amazing Corinna Luyken). The book is now being printed and we are gearing up […]