I've been remiss in keeping up my blog posts. I'd like to think it's because I've finally joined other denizens of my forest and slowed the pace of my life down, but it's not true. Well, it is true, if sitting in front of a computer screen counts. My fingers fly, my brain tries to keep pace, but my rear end rarely budges. I believe one must have the perseverance and focus of a slug to be a writer. The only thing slower is slime mold, but I'd like to think I have more substance, more direction, bigger dreams.
I did want to share this interview with you. Kellee Moye is a middle school teacher in Florida. She's been teaching Hurt Go Happy
in her classes since it came out in 2006. She's not a slug. She reads more books than seems humanly possible, especially as a new Mom, and I'm eternally grateful to her for supporting my writing endeavors. This year is the 10th anniversary of the Schneider Family Book Award which Hurt Go Happy
won in 2008. Kellee interviewed me for the anniversary. Unleashing Readers