Tag Archives: writing for children

Book Launch for WILLIAM AND THE WITCH’S RIDDLE

Book Launch for WILLIAM AND THE WITCH’S RIDDLE

Along with my friend Kristin Lenz I’ll be celebrating the birth of a new book. I’ll launch William and the Witch’s Riddle (published by Alfred A. Knopf, and illustrated by Lee Wildish). And Kristin will launch her new book The Art of Holding On and Letting Go (Elephant Rock Books).  There’ll be refreshments and prizes, as well!

 

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Nicola’s Books, Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 3:00 p.m.

Westgate Shopping Center

2513 Jackson Avenue

Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Everyone’s welcome. See you there!

Shutta

New Interview with “Yours Truly”

New Interview with “Yours Truly”
yellJanice Broyles hosts a Monday interview with people in the industry. And I am fortunate enough to be included today, January 18th, 2016.
Stop by her site for some insight into what I’ve learned thus far as a writer at: http://www.janicebroyles.com/monday-meet-ups/ .  (It’s also available through a link on my FB page at: https://www.facebook.com/ShuttaCrum .)
Enjoy! (And do share…)

 

Janice says:

“Oh my word, Shutta Crum stopped by my website

for an interview! So happy!  She is an award-winning

author of several books (picture books, middle grade

novels, and fantasies)! I am so thankful she took time

out to offer some sage advice to us aspiring authors.

Check out today’s Monday Meet-Up (click on the link

at the top of the page): www.janicebroyles.com .”

 

Happy Writing in 2016!

Shutta

Shutta’s Answer to the Winter Doldrums—SCBWI conference scholarship

Shutta’s Answer to the Winter Doldrums—SCBWI conference scholarship

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Perk up your winter with a trip to the Big Apple! I am again offering to fund one full tuition to the SCBWI Winter conference in NY for one Michigan member. And our local MI-SCBWI will also cover the cost of airfare. What could be better than that? Check out the application and requirements at the MI-SCBWI site.  If it all sounds wonderful–and it is–click here for the application.

 

Why do I do this? It is my way of saying “thank you” to one of the best organizations for writers of children’s books. Thank you for the help and support I’ve been afforded over the years, and for the camaraderie and good times.

 

Now—get writing!

Shutta