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(Episode 5): Elizabeth Hart: Weaving Magic in ’Before the Fairy Ball

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#ElizabethHart #BeforeTheFairyBall #ChildrensBooks #StorycomicPresents #AustralianAuthors #FairyTales #KidsLiterature #ParentingAndReading #CreativeWriting #ASDRepresentation #FibromyalgiaAwareness #StorytellingMagic #FamilyStories #IllustratedBooks #EmergingAuthors #BookLovers #ReadWithKids #LiteraryJourney #InspiringAuthors #FamilyBondingThroughBooks

Welcome to another exciting episode! I'm your host, Barney Smith from storycomic.com, and today we have a special treat for our listeners. Joining us is the talented and inspiring Australian children’s book author, Elizabeth Hart. She's here to share her journey and discuss her delightful new book, "Before the Fairy Ball."

About "Before the Fairy Ball": In this enchanting tale, sisters Sarah and Sophia are tasked with planning the next Fairy Ball by the Fairy Queen. Filled with excitement and a bit of nervousness, they embark on a journey to make it the most memorable Fairy Ball ever. As they face challenges and high emotions, the story unfolds into a beautiful narrative about teamwork, overcoming obstacles, and the magic of collaboration.

About Elizabeth Hart: Elizabeth Hart, a mother of four, including triplets, brings her unique life experiences into her writing. Balancing her roles as a student, volunteer at a local radio station, and a passionate K-drama fan, Elizabeth's journey to becoming a children's book author is as fascinating as it is inspiring. Her story of creating "Before the Fairy Ball" is a testament to the power of storytelling and the impact it can have on both the storyteller and the audience.

In This Episode:

  • Discover how a spontaneous storytime with her daughters led Elizabeth to write "Before the Fairy Ball."
  • Learn about the challenges and triumphs of creating a children's book from scratch.
  • Hear Elizabeth's insights on representing characters with ASD and anxiety in children's literature.
  • Explore the beautiful watercolor illustrations that bring the story to life.

Connect with Elizabeth Hart:

  • Visit her website: [Author's Website]
  • Follow her journey and updates on her work.

Stay Tuned: Don't forget to follow us at storycomic.com for more interviews with amazing storytellers and artists. Thank you for joining us, and we look forward to bringing you more inspiring stories and conversations in future episodes!

Storycomic Logo designed by Gregory Giordano

See more of Greg’s work at: https://www.instagram.com/gregory_c_giordano_art/

Want to start your own podcast? Click on the link to get started:
https://www.podbean.com/storycomic

Follow us:

Are you curious to see the video version of this interview? It's on our website too! www.storycomic.com

www.patreon.com/storycomic

www.facebook.com/storycomic1

https://www.instagram.com/storycomic/

https://twitter.com/storycomic1

For information on being a guest or curious to learn more about Storycomic? Contact us at info@storycomic.com

Thank you to our Founders Club Patrons, Higgins802, Von Allan, Stephanie Nina Pitsirilos, Marek Bennett, and Matt & Therese. Check out their fantastic work at:

https://marekbennett.com/

https://www.hexapus-ink.com/

https://www.stephanieninapitsirilos.com/

https://www.vonallan.com/

https://higgins802.com/

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#ElizabethHart #BeforeTheFairyBall #ChildrensBooks #StorycomicPresents #AustralianAuthors #FairyTales #KidsLiterature #ParentingAndReading #CreativeWriting #ASDRepresentation #FibromyalgiaAwareness #StorytellingMagic #FamilyStories #IllustratedBooks #EmergingAuthors #BookLovers #ReadWithKids #LiteraryJourney #InspiringAuthors #FamilyBondingThroughBooks

Welcome to another exciting episode! I'm your host, Barney Smith from storycomic.com, and today we have a special treat for our listeners. Joining us is the talented and inspiring Australian children’s book author, Elizabeth Hart. She's here to share her journey and discuss her delightful new book, "Before the Fairy Ball."

About "Before the Fairy Ball": In this enchanting tale, sisters Sarah and Sophia are tasked with planning the next Fairy Ball by the Fairy Queen. Filled with excitement and a bit of nervousness, they embark on a journey to make it the most memorable Fairy Ball ever. As they face challenges and high emotions, the story unfolds into a beautiful narrative about teamwork, overcoming obstacles, and the magic of collaboration.

About Elizabeth Hart: Elizabeth Hart, a mother of four, including triplets, brings her unique life experiences into her writing. Balancing her roles as a student, volunteer at a local radio station, and a passionate K-drama fan, Elizabeth's journey to becoming a children's book author is as fascinating as it is inspiring. Her story of creating "Before the Fairy Ball" is a testament to the power of storytelling and the impact it can have on both the storyteller and the audience.

In This Episode:

  • Discover how a spontaneous storytime with her daughters led Elizabeth to write "Before the Fairy Ball."
  • Learn about the challenges and triumphs of creating a children's book from scratch.
  • Hear Elizabeth's insights on representing characters with ASD and anxiety in children's literature.
  • Explore the beautiful watercolor illustrations that bring the story to life.

Connect with Elizabeth Hart:

  • Visit her website: [Author's Website]
  • Follow her journey and updates on her work.

Stay Tuned: Don't forget to follow us at storycomic.com for more interviews with amazing storytellers and artists. Thank you for joining us, and we look forward to bringing you more inspiring stories and conversations in future episodes!

Storycomic Logo designed by Gregory Giordano

See more of Greg’s work at: https://www.instagram.com/gregory_c_giordano_art/

Want to start your own podcast? Click on the link to get started:
https://www.podbean.com/storycomic

Follow us:

Are you curious to see the video version of this interview? It's on our website too! www.storycomic.com

www.patreon.com/storycomic

www.facebook.com/storycomic1

https://www.instagram.com/storycomic/

https://twitter.com/storycomic1

For information on being a guest or curious to learn more about Storycomic? Contact us at info@storycomic.com

Thank you to our Founders Club Patrons, Higgins802, Von Allan, Stephanie Nina Pitsirilos, Marek Bennett, and Matt & Therese. Check out their fantastic work at:

https://marekbennett.com/

https://www.hexapus-ink.com/

https://www.stephanieninapitsirilos.com/

https://www.vonallan.com/

https://higgins802.com/

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