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Bungee Jump

  Pam Withers has a new middle-grade book, Bungee Jump, from Orca: Thirteen-year-old Chris and his family are setting up a bungee jump in his backyard. It’s a real large-scale bungee jump off a bridge that connects his backyard to … Continue reading

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START THE PRESSES! – The latest news from CWILL BC writers and illustrators

Irene N. Watts has two books out, Touched by Fire and ESCAPE FROM BERLIN, Tundra Books. Tradewind books has sold rights for NO PETS ALLOWED to Brazil. Pam Withers has had a second young-adult adventure novel accepted by Tundra Books. … Continue reading

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Taking the Publishing Plunge with Pam Withers

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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In the News

Congratulations to CWILL BC member Pam Withers. Her book First Descent has been chosen as a finalist for the ForeWord Reviews‘ Book of the Year Awards. Julie Lawson spoke on CBC Radio’s North by Northwest last weekend, about her book … Continue reading

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What Writers Read: Pam Withers

What do children’s writers and illustrators read in their spare time? In this series of interviews with B.C. book folks, we discuss everything from guilty reading pleasures to the best literary villains. If you’d like to share some favourites of … Continue reading

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Dialogue Wisdom

At Open Book Toronto, writer Shaun Smith asked a number of authors for tips about capturing voice in dialogue. CWILL BC member Pam Withers contributed ideas on how to keep dialogue flowing quickly and smoothly.

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