Category Archives: genre jumpers

Genre Jumper: Jacqueline Jules

You should see the variety of items Jacqueline Jules brings in to our writing critique group every other week. Picture books, poems, middle-grades, early readers. You name it, Jackie’s written it. This week, on the cusp of ┬áthe publication of … Continue reading

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Genre Jumper: Deborah Heiligman

Though she’s been writing for a long time, the first book I read of Deborah Heiligman’s was Intentions, which won the Sydney Taylor Book Award for Teen Readers last year. If you’ve read it, you know how different it is … Continue reading

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Genre Jumper: Sarah Sullivan

I started jumping from picture books to other kid-lit genres due to curiosity, an itchy typing finger, and knowing that what I needed to say would sometimes take more than 500 words. It was not what I’d call a stroke … Continue reading

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