Oliver Dominguez–What Was on His . . .
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Oliver Dominguez–What Was on His . . .

I have a very special guest today—Oliver Dominguez, the illustrator of Nacho’s Nachos. Oliver created an absolutely magnificent 1940s vibe for our book. From the moment you open the cover, you feel as though you’ve stepped 80 years back in time. Just look at the spread below with Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya and Roberto de los … Continue reading

Nicole Valentine–What Was on Her . . .
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Nicole Valentine–What Was on Her . . .

Nicole Valentine joins us today in celebration of A Time Traveler’s Theory of Relativity. I first got a peek at this brilliant middle grade novel when Nicole and I were studying for our Masters of Fine Arts, and I am thrilled that you too will be able to read it soon. It’s coming out on … Continue reading

Laura Sibson–What Was on Her . . .
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Laura Sibson–What Was on Her . . .

Today I’m excited to be celebrating Laura Sibson and her debut novel, The Art of Breaking Things, slated to be released June 18. The Art of Breaking Things tells the story of Skye, whose party-first-ask-questions-later lifestyle starts to crumble when her mom rekindles a romance with the man who betrayed Skye’s trust and boundaries when … Continue reading

Hillary Homzie–What Was on Her . . .
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Hillary Homzie–What Was on Her . . .

Hillary Homzie is with us today in celebration of a brand new chapter book series that features an irrepressible eight-year-old by the name of Ellie May. Ellie May wants to be everything: the funniest one in class, the best gecko whisperer, as presidential as George Washington, and the girl with the best April Fool’s Day … Continue reading