For the Artists Who Like to Remain Strictly Out of the Box
I love this blog and it provides a wealth of information and a view into the world of many other authors through her interviews in her author exposed section of her blog. I hope that you find this blog just as informative and entertaining as I do.
About The Neophyte Writer Blog:
Kristi Bernard is the writer, editor and founder of Kristi’s Book Nook and The Neophyte Writer. Kristi’s Book Nook at http://kristisbooknook.blogspot.com is a place where parents and teachers can gain insight on the latest books for children. Also featured are book giveaways, author and illustrator interviews and so much more. The Neophyte Writer at http://kristibernard.wordpress.com is a place where writers can learn and develop their skills. It features author interviews, book reviews, and trends in the world of writing.
Kristi began her writing career as a technical writer by creating Standard Operating Procedures Manuals (SOPs), Service Level Agreements (SLA), Work Level Agreements (WLA) and Administrative Manuals for various employers. She also has articles listed at BizyMoms, Ezine Articles, The Raise Foundation, BlogHer and at various other blogs and sites.
In addition to writing books for children she does book reviews for Tiger Tales Books, Book Pleasures, National Geographic Kids and The Children’s Literature Comprehensive Database (CLDC) in which her editorial reviews are posted at Barnes & Nobles Books. She has featured articles and book reviews at The National Writing For Children Center (NWFCC) in which she was a contributing editor. Kristi is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and the Association of Children’s Authors & Illustrators of Color (ACAIC).
Kristi’s main focus is on writing, book reviewing, blogging, helping parents get their kids reading, helping authors promote their work and volunteering for non-profit organizations. She can be found on Facebook Networked, Twitter, Pintrest and Google+. Her informative sites are:
You can reach her with questions, speaking requests, writing assistance, children’s books and platform building concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.