Teeny Sweeney and the Mustache Cash, written by author Amberly Kristen Clowe and illustrated by Janet Samuel, is the first book in our brand new chapter book series and introduces Teeny Sweeney, a young girl with a penchant for playfulness and shenanigans that

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,

"The hurrier I go, the behinder I get." -The White Rabbit Ever feel like you've fallen down the rabbit hole and become The White Rabbit from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland? Moving fast, but still sometimes late? We were told this sometimes happens,

You Guys! I want to chat about #FaithPitch for a few minutes today! I am beyond thrilled to let you know that our most recent event in June was a super duper success! As 350+ pitches were being shared, there

#FaithPitch is a faith-based pitch party on Twitter where writers tweet a 140-character pitch for their completed, edited, unpublished FICTION-only manuscripts. And, it's happening TOMORROW! Here are the specifics: February 28, 2017 (8AM – 8PM CST). 140-characters, include #FaithPitch and # fiction

It's Friday! YEAH! Wait, it's Friday? That means there are only THREE DAYS until #FaithPitch! And, that means, you'll be spending lots of time crafting your pitches so that they'll be just right for the 60+ agents and editors that have been

Hey Little Lamb Books Followers! Hope you're having a TERRIFIC day today! I'm super excited to share some BIG news with you in this post, so be sure to read through the entire thing. If you’ve been active on social media over

At dinner with sweet friends, we discussed a variety of topics while our children played, including car styles, the value of education, the job market, dog breeds, and eventually, Little Lamb Books. I was asked why I was choosing to start

“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