We asked each of the 14 authors on our current roster a variation of the question, Why do you write children’s books? and we loved their answers. We think you will too! If you missed the previous posts you can read

We’re continuing our series this week with insight and inspiration from our fourteen authors. We asked each of them a variation of the question, Why do you write children’s books? and we loved their answers. We think you will too!

As authors submit their queries to Little Lamb Books, they often wonder what we think, and if we don't reply within a matter of a few weeks or even a few months they may worry that their manuscript is bad

Hi Friends! We haven't had an author announcement in eight months, so I'm very excited to be able to share with you TWO announcements this week! YAY! Every now and then a manuscript comes comes across my desk that carries a

Contribution by Amberly Kristen Clowe, author of the award-winning Teeny Sweeney early chapter book series   “So the writer who breeds more words than he needs Is making a chore for the reader who reads.”  -Dr. Seuss I’m a big believer in what Dr. Seuss

Contribution by Darlo Gemeinhardt, author of the soon-to-be released middle grade K9 Crossroads series Research is a key component of being a writer, even a writer of children's books. While traditionally, historical novels may require more research than contemporary novels, I

Happy Birthday to our wise as an owl author Jean Matthew Hall! We are thankful and blessed to be working with Jean on her debut titles that make up the God's Creation series. This delightfully illustrated four-book series focuses on

As previously mentioned (here), we signed three (3) new authors this quarter, so it's time to introduce another new face from our Little Lamb Books family of authors. Please help us welcome children's author Ashley L. Jones and read more about

Contribution by Jean Matthew Hall, author of the soon-to-be released God's Creation Series As a writer, especially one that is just getting started, we often hear from agents, editors, and fellow authors that joining a critique group is important and joining

I recently took part in a writer's workshop hosted by Serious Writer inc., the parent company for Serious Writer Academy and Serious Tour Stop. The  Tour happened to be in Wimberley, Texas, right outside of Austin, and I was invited to speak

Y’all, what better day to celebrate than a Friday! Today, I’m thrilled to introduce to you the newest addition to our Little Lamb Books flock….Jean Petersen! Please join me in saying a big HELLO to Jean, who has some Texas roots,

We're in Week 3 of the Beginner Basic Training series, a week by week glance at six general questions that rookie and veteran writers can use to break down the basic facts used to develop their stories. Better known in

Welcome to Wordy Wednesday. As authors, editors, marketers and publishers, words breathe life into our passions, our thoughts, our images, and our feelings. They combine to create the books, the settings, and the characters that have emerged as important members

Welcome to Wordy Wednesday. As authors, editors, marketers and publishers, words breathe life into our passions, our thoughts, our images, and our feelings. They combine to create the books, the settings, and the characters that have emerged as important members

Welcome to Wordy Wednesday. As authors, editors, marketers and publishers, words breathe life into our passions, our thoughts, our images, and our feelings. They combine to create the books, the settings, and the characters that have emerged as important members

Welcome to Wordy Wednesday. As authors, editors, marketers and publishers, words breathe life into our passions, our thoughts, our images, and our feelings. They combine to create the books, the settings, and the characters that have emerged as important members

As authors, editors, marketers, and publishers, words breathe life into our passions. They combine to create the books that have emerged as important members of our extended families. (It’s getting thick in here, isn’t it?) Well, to put it mildly,

“My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow Me.” John 10:27 Have you ever felt like you had to step out on a thin branch in order to take flight? This is the feeling I’ve had since