S4E11 – Anne Wheaton, PIGGY AND PUG
Synopsis: Anne Wheaton stops by to talk about her new picture book, PIGGY AND PUG, self-publishing a picture book with a huge social media presence, found families, spreading kindness on Twitter, the importance of beta readers (especially the little ones), impostor syndrome, finding a book’s true audience, and her experiences at BookCon and Emerald City ComicCon.
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Present: Harry C. Marks, Anne Wheaton
- Anne Wheaton dot Com | A Little Kindness Goes A Long Way
- Piggy and Pug Website
- PiggyAndPug on Instagram
- Twitter Thread by @AnneWheaton on Self-Publishing
- Marcel’s Letters: A Font and the Search for One Man’s Fate by Carolyn Porter | Barnes & Noble®
- Show Your Work!: 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered by Austin Kleon | Barnes & Noble®
- Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng | Barnes & Noble® | Audiobook | Audible.com
- Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng | Barnes & Noble® | Audiobook | Audible.com
- Amazon.com: Wil Wheaton: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle
- Charlotte’s Web by E. B. White, Garth Williams, Kate DiCamillo | | Barnes & Noble® | Audiobook | Audible.com
- Watership Down by Richard Adams | Barnes & Noble®
- Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls | Barnes & Noble® | Audiobook | Audible.com
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