lovely links: November 2013

Canyon Loop 001

wishing I lived in New York City so I could see this exhibit New York Public Library Exhibt of Children’s Literature Tickles Readers’ Hearts

this is the children’s library (Worlds of Words) that I mentioned in my post about Tucson’s Literary Treasures

10 Ways to Infuse Your Work with Your Personality (because the best way to make a work amazing and unique is to add more You)

How Andrew Carnegie Turned His Fortune Into a Library Legacy

Writing an Extraordinary Biography

something to think about, regarding the value of the written word, from the new york times

a little bit of encouragement to just go for it already

from the Fantastic author Michelle Markel, Michelle’s Ten Tips for Picture Book Writers

yes, more about Radioactive by Lauren Redniss because I cannot get enough of this book Radioactive (the book) Exhibit

10 Steps to Finding Your Writing Voice which sports an overly simplistic title, but is actually quite helpful

reading Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo, Inventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art by Kathleen L. Howard and Diana F. Pardue and A Ring of Endless Light by Madeleine L’Engle.