Yesterday I visited two wonderful schools in Elgin, TX and had a blast!
I facilitated five comic presentations to 3rd-8th graders, sharing insights from my comics and publishing journey. After that, I provided a step-by-step tutorial on creating graphic novels with examples from my GN Miss Quinces. During the graphic novel lesson, the students and I collaborated on crafting a short comic together, resulting in a fun and engaging experience! Kids are so dang creative!😤👍
If you’re interested in booking me for a school visit (either in person or virtually), please check out this link!
This year’s going to be the year where I attend STBF as a guest speaker~
Last year my back gave out and I missed my chance, not this time!
So catch me at my comics making workshop at 12pm at the McAllen Library (4001 N 23rd, Mcallen TX 78504) followed by a book signing.
Come in costume if you dare~ Bwhahaa
Festival schedule: https://mcallenlibrary.net/stbf/schedule
I’m going to be at ALA this weekend for a signing & celebration.
Can’t wait to see ya there~
I’m so excited to announce that Miss Quinces has been shortlisted for Reading the West book awards for the Young Readers Category!
Voting is open to anyone, so please cast your vote today~
More about the award: Reading the West was conceived to celebrate the diversity, courage, tenacity, expertise, and indie spirit of the bookstores in the Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers Association. Our goal is to bring bookstores, books, and readers together, to promote the best of our regional authors and stories, and to feature the passionate recommendations of our booksellers.
Hey Austin, TX! I’m so excited to be a part of TLA this year especially as a featured guest for The Spirit of Texas (SPOT) Reading Program! SPOT helps encourage a greater understanding of what it means to be a Texan, and to develop an appreciation for the literary works of and about Texas and Texans.
And it’s a great recommended reading list developed by public and school librarians from the Young Adult Round Table (YART). The purpose of the list is to encourage youths in grades 6-12 to explore a variety of current, quality books from Texas authors and illustrators, develop critical reading skills, and to encourage greater interaction between Texas authors and illustrators, Texas librarians, and Texas youth.
You can catch me at the following events this Thurs!
Thursday, April 20
10:00am-11:00am Spirit of Texas program
Location: Austin Convention Center, Room 15 (Level 4)
Moderated by: Lauren Scott, SPOT Chair
Authors: Francisco X. Stork, Guadalupe Garcia McCall, Darcie Little Badger, Kat Fajardo, and Holly Green
2:00pm-3:00pm Scholastic Signing
- Author Area, Aisle 8
3:00pm-4:00pm Perma-Bound Signing
- Booth #1719
Hope to see you there!