Celebrate the Small Things is a blog hop hosted by Lexa Cain, L.G. Keltner, and Tonja Drecker.
Here are my small celebrations:
Did you know that SCBWI (Society of Children's Writers and Illustrators) is running a Book Blast? It's like an online catalog of members' books published in 2016, and it's a great way to find something new to read (from picture books through young adult). There's a page for Black Flowers, White Lies if you want to give it a "like." (Whenever you like a page, there's a fun cheering sound. Try it out!)
I have a guest post, "A Novel by the Numbers" on the Sky Pony Express. Of course creative experiences can vary, but I tried to analyze my writing journey with numbers and data.
My to-read pile is out of control. I currently have 14 books out of the library, plus two a friend lent me, plus the many more that I've recently purchased. Any tips on making a dent in the book tower? Should I buy fewer books? Read every day for set a time? I tend to read in spurts which clearly isn't enough. There are just so many good books!