Drumroll please…. time for the cover reveal of our illustrated early chapter book titled the Lullaby Monsters coming in 2020!
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Synopsis: In this night time adventure, big sister Kelsey is always her brother’s hero. She bravely helps with lost teddy bears, scraped knees and favourite picnic foods. But when Thomas cannot sleep because of the lullaby monsters, Kelsey isn’t sure if she can help. Then Thomas’ precious lullaby box is stolen and Kelsey must face her monstrous fear. In doing so, she discovers that the lullaby monsters are a lot like Thomas.
The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek.” -Joseph Campbell
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And a decision has been made! The front cover is still top secret but the back cover will be….
Kelsey and Thomas!
In more cover news, the cover file is now officially complete. And our new release date is set for March 2020!
In this night time adventure, big sister Kelsey is always her brother’s hero. She bravely helps with lost teddy bears, scraped knees, and favourite picnic foods. But when Thomas can’t sleep because of the lullaby monsters, Kelsey isn’t sure she can help, especially since monsters are the one thing she fears. When Thomas’ precious lullaby box is stolen, Kelsey must face her monstrous fear and in doing so, she discovers that the lullaby monsters are a lot like Thomas.
Here’s my weekly writing update; keeping myself honest about the progress I’m making with writing for children.
This week I watched a free webinar by children’s book author, Arree Chung. It was so good in that he reminded me that the only way to become a published author is to do the work. So I got down to work. I revised a couple of manuscripts and for the first time ever, I requested a critique in the facebook group Kidlit 411, Manuscript Swap. Wow! what a community! I couldn’t believe the quick response I got from people willing to read and give feedback. It is amazing. And with that feedback, I can learn and grow as a writer. If you are a children’s writer and you’re on facebook, I highly recommend joining the groups Kid Lit 411 and Kid Lit 411 Manuscript Swap! They are super helpful in developing your craft.
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