Tag Archives: Eileen Cook

In the CWILLosphere

Check out what these CWILL BC members have been up to: Margriet Ruurs did an interview with The Styling Librarian; Eileen Cook met a punk dentist and a navy pilot named Gearbox; and, Rachelle Delaney shared her books with Strathcona … Continue reading

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Launch Pad

Join Eileen Cook to celebrate the launch of her new release The Almost Truth on Thursday, December 13, at 6:30 p.m. at Kidsbooks in North Vancouver.

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Denise Jaden and Eileen Cook Discuss THE ALMOST TRUTH

The following is a guest post by Denise Jaden, author of Never Enough. I’m so excited to interview one of my favorite authors and people. Eileen Cook‘s latest YA contemporary, The Almost Truth, is out this month, and I cannot … Continue reading

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A YA Tell-All

You’re invited to join Eileen Cook, Denise Jaden, Catherine Knutsson, Mindi Scott, and Joëlle Anthony this Saturday afternoon at the North Vancouver City Library, as they dish the dirt about writing for teens.

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CWILL BC member kc dyer edited the most recent edition of Wordworks, the magazine of the Federation of BC Writers. The entire issue is dedicated to children’s literature, and you’ll find pieces inside by Lee Edward Fodi, Eileen Cook, Tanya … Continue reading

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Taking the Publishing Plunge with Eileen Cook

How did CWILL BC members get their first big breaks in the publishing world? In this series of interviews with local writers and illustrators, we ask what advice they would offer and what mistakes they would never repeat — an … Continue reading

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