Category Archives: writing with a partner

Fuzzy: Introducing Paul Dellinger to the Kidlit Crowd

I worked with both¬† Tom Angleberger and Paul Dellinger at The Roanoke Times for many moons. But Paul’s tenure there eclipsed ours. It eclipsed everybody’s, really. For one thing, he was there a lot longer (44 years, people!) But even … Continue reading

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Dreams

This bottle tree was a gift from my mom to celebrate the launch of Dream Boy, my book with Mary Crockett, which is out today. Mary and I we were friends before, but our friendship was truly sealed in the … Continue reading

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Dream Boy Blog Tour: The Launch

We laughed. We yelled. We teased. We listened to each other sound off about flooded basements and tricky freelance assignments and sick cats and crazy people. We tramped around the woods and solved a few (but by no means all) … Continue reading

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Writing Process Blog Hop

Readers get to see what our stories look like when they are bound and published. But what do they look like along the way? Michelle Knudsen¬†thought you (yes, you) might be interested in knowing the answer to that, so she … Continue reading

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Writing with a partner

Lots of you have asked me what it was like to write a book with a partner, so Mary and I thought we’d make a few videos that would give you some idea. The snow day this week gave That … Continue reading

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