Category Archives: Kidlitosphere

Get Ready to Raise Money for Bridget

If you attended the Kidlit Blogging Conference in Portland, OR last September, you may have met Bridget Zinn.  She is a YA public librarian and YA writer. Lots of energy and sweetness. Cancer always seems to find those with lots … Continue reading

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Blog the Vote

Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.”– John Quincy Adams This has been an extraordinary election season.  The ups and downs, the intensity and the … Continue reading

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Reflections of a Blogging Conference

Kidlit Blogging Conference, Chicago, IL More registrations in the mail, discovered upon returning home from my annual college women’s weekend in central Oregon! I have logged them in and have added names onto the list. It made me think back … Continue reading

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Kidlit Conference Jeopardy

The answer is:Sara Zarr, Story of a GirlKirby Larson, Hattie Big SkyAlma Alexander, Worldweavers seriesLaini Taylor, Faeries of Dreamdark: BlackbringerMatt Holm, BabymouseAnastasia Suen, Main Street School seriesAdrienne Furness, Helping Homeschoolers in the LibraryCarmen T. Bernier-Grand: Frida: Viva La Vida! Long … Continue reading

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Top Ten Reasons to Visit Portland, Oregon

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Portland, Oregon 10. Voodoo Doughnuts where your can get married and eat your doughnut too. 9. We do not have sales tax. 8. Looking for leprechauns? They been seen at the “World’s Smallest Park”: Mill … Continue reading

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You are Invited: Kidlit Portland 2008

It is time to think about attending the Second Annual Kidlitosphere Conference held in Portland, Oregon on Saturday, September 27, 2008. What is it, you wonder. Just a chance to meet with both children’s authors, young adult authors and anyone … Continue reading

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Here I Am and a Conference

I did not mean for three weeks to pass without contributing to this blog. I wish I could say that I have been on vacation somewhere exotic. But I have been here, busy with school and working on Entry Four … Continue reading

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