Category: Children’s writing

Thoughts and information on writing for children.

They’re Here!

My copies of Hogsqueal’s Activity Book and Thimbletack’s Activity Book arrived. Yippee! They look very slick. Hats off to the designers; they did a great job. Sometimes I wish I were a […]

Research Pitfalls

Thus far, I’ve spent more time researching sports facts and trivia than I’ve spent creating puzzles. Research is addictive, as I think most non-fiction writers will attest. It’s a little like gambling […]

Still Puzzling

Yesterday, my break from sports puzzles was natural history puzzles. Today, my break from sports puzzles was a needlework puzzle. Hm, a busman’s holiday? I dug out our “new” puzzle design that […]

Great Show Find!

On the second day of the TNNA NeedleArts Market, I went to the convention center an hour early so that I could cruise through some of the aisles and see the displays. […]