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This is the blog of children's book author and third grade teacher, Stacy Barnett Mozer. I blog about my own writing journey, the journey of other kidlit authors, my classroom, and talk about books. Thanks for stopping by. Your thoughts are always welcome (and encouraged).

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Kicking Off the Virtual Launch Party for The Sweet Spot

Welcome to the Virtual Launch Party for THE SWEET SPOT!!!!



Hi everyone! Thank you for being here to celebrate the launch of THE SWEET SPOT! Tonight I will answer questions about the book, writing, and anything else you want to know. I will ask you questions too and I hope you will post answers either here on the blog or over at the Facebook event. I will be adding a new video to the blog on the hour and giving out prizes every half hour. Make sure to join the rafflecopter giveaway below to be eligible for prizes! So here we go!!

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15 comments:

  1. Question from Simrin: In the end, was Sam good at baseball, and did she like it?

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    1. I will say that I never do answer the question of whether she makes the Travel team. The reader has to decide that on their own.

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  2. I can't tell you that! You have to read the book :-)

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  3. Another one from Simrin: What was the most fun part about writing this book?

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    1. I really enjoyed my two trips to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. The first time I walked through the Diamond and Dreams exhibit about girls playing baseball I started tearing up, just like I had Sam do. Annie asked me why I was upset because I had never played baseball and I told her that I could imagine being Sam and having that experience. I was crying for her.

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  4. This is Annie Stacy Mozer's daughter. I read her book and it was the best book I have ever read. She worked really hard and it came out amazing.

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  5. I'm watching the Mets in honor of The Sweet Spot.

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  6. does writing this book make you want to play baseball?

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    1. That's a great question. It makes me wish I could play baseball. It's not an easy sport to play.

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  7. Today you said, that you based Debbie on me. I know I was only six but, did I actually act like that?

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    1. Annie, there are many scenes in the book that were taken directly out of our lives. But I always write down what you do or record it in my head so it wasn't just at 6, it was from when you were younger too.

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  8. Who was The Genius behind launching your book on your birthday?! I can't think of a better birthday present. Looking forward to reading your sweet new book! Mazel tov!

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