Tag Archives: children’s books

Double Dipping

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, today talking about the recycling of ideas, settings, and anecdotal material. I don’t think I’m alone in doing this, but perhaps I’m more aware of it than some authors. Here’s the thing: at least in … Continue reading

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Blocked!

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, writing again as Kathy. I thought you might like to know how my experiment in republishing  the children’s books written back at the start of my writing career is going. It progresses, quickly in some … Continue reading

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“Warning! Adult Book!” In the Eyes of the Beholder Lea Wait

Since I write in two genres, at book events focusing solely on books for adults OR solely books for children, I often find myself the only author wearing two hats. That’s what happened last weekend. While it felt as though most of the mystery writers … Continue reading

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