Meet children's author Pamela Love, and stay for the post-holiday party!
On January 17, prolific children's author Pamela Love will present “Writing and the Wonder of Hidden Things.” Ms. Love will discuss the essentials of writing and submitting to children's magazines and picture book publishers; her writing philosophy; and the genesis of some of her most successful ideas.
Then mingle for an hour at the post-holiday party! Refreshments will be served.
If you bring a new or gently-used book for Howard County Domestic Violence Center, guess what? You get an extra door-prize ticket! Did I mention there will be door prizes?
All of this will be happening at Sunrise Columbia (6500 Freetown Road) from 7 PM to 9 PM.
Pamela Love grew up in New Jersey. She graduated from Bucknell University with a double major in English and Elementary Education. Before becoming a writer, she worked as a teacher and in marketing.
Scholastic/Children’s Books published her easy reader, Two Feet Up, Two Feet Down. Down East Books published her four picture books: A Loon Alone (currently in its third printing), A Cub Explores, A Moose’s Morning, and Lighthouse Seeds. The anthologies Family Matters: Thirteen Short Stories, published by Pauline Books and Media, and Short Short Stories for Reading Aloud, published by The Education Center, Inc., both contain one of her stories. Her work has been chosen to appear on standardized tests and as preparatory material for such tests in several states. In addition, she’s published dozens of short stories and poems in magazines such as Highlights for Children, Cricket, and Jack and Jill, among others. She’s a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, which awarded her a Letter of Merit in their 2005 Magazine Merit poetry contest.
A look ahead:
On February 21, we're excited to bring you Barbara Morrison, author of the well-received memoir, Innocent: Confessions of a Welfare Mother. Are you writing a memoir, or have you considered writing one someday? Or do you know what it's like to struggle financially? Save the date!
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