A few months ago we shared two interviews with picture book author Ginger Churchill, and one of the books from our giveaway was never claimed! So here is a repeat of our great interviews with Ginger, along with another chance to win a copy of one of her picture books.
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And don’t forget to listen to Ginger’s great interviews!
In this interview, Ginger discusses the art of writing picture books.
Writingsnippets welcomes Ginger Churchill, picture book author and teacher of an online reading course called Writing in Depth with Caleb Warnock, for her second interview. This time she talks about critiquing yourself — how to see the flaws in your own writing and view your writing with new eyes so you can improve it. Some suggestions she makes include: reading your story out loud, having lots of other people read it, and critiquing other people’s writing. As always, comment on either of our interviews with Ginger for a chance to win a signed copy of one of her books! (Winner will be announced Wednesday after Christmas.)
We’re pleased to present our interview with picture book author Ginger Churchill (Carmen’s Sticky Scab and Wild Rose’s Weaving) as she talks about the art of writing picture books and shares her wisdom and experiences with us in a fun and interesting way. She tells us how long it took her to get published, how she did it, and how she got her ideas. She also covers the technical parts of picture books: format, page length, plot, rhythm, etc. As always, comment for a chance to win a signed copy of one of her books! (Winner will be announced one week after we post our second interview with Ginger.)
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