I’ve stepped into the Comic Book Realm and it’s NUTS here! Soooo . . . clearly I’ve been a jerk to my blog. My last post was in August – AUGUST. What the heck?!? There is no excuse for that! Well . . . actually, being a writer I could make up a novel-full of […]
I am so excited to be on a panel with the amazing Jim Hill, Rajani Narasimhan LaRocca, and MarcyKate P. Connolly at the Marstons Mills library TOMORROW, Thursday, August 8th! I’m also teaching a teen writing class before from 3-5! If you have any questions, feel free to ask! Titcombs will have books for sale!
The Art of Being Short “I would also suggest that any aspiring writer begin with short stories. These days, I meet far too many young writers who try to start off with a novel right off, or a trilogy, or even a nine-book series. That’s like starting in at rock climbing by tackling Mt. Everest. […]
HEY! Bookish peeps! I’ll be at Dennis-Yarmouth High School tomorrow night, March 29, 2019 (5-7pm) with super cool writer weirdos Jim Hill, Mick Carlon, and Kathryn Knight talking books, plots, and characters. It’s all part of the Literacy Night at the high school and Titcombs will be there selling books! Ya gotta come!!!
Heads up! I will be teaching at the Cape Cod Writers Center’s Young Writers Workshop this February. This free, five-day course is taught by me and Jeff Carter. Details below and the link to the sign up is here: http://capecodwriterscenter.org/young-writers-workshop-2019/
Yup. I finally caved and admitted I am juggling way too many things to keep up with my social media . . . which is where YOU come in. Details are below, but basically I need a mini-me. And because I get many kids asking me if they can volunteer to do XYZ for school […]
Oh my gosh, have I been lacking on my blog. Truth be told, I’ve been slowly melting on Cape Cod this summer in the mother of all heat waves. I’ve also been busy working on people’s books, having a mild panic attack about school for my son, and enjoying book signings alongside Katie O’Sullivan and […]
Sometimes I call UNDERTOW the Little Blue Book That Could because it keeps landing on lists years after it launched (not that I’m complaining). Of course, then my friends remind me that the sucker weighs close to a pound and is nearly 100,000 words long, so “little” ain’t so little. Pfft – details. […]