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#kidlitchat’s Greg Pincus.

Posted on: September 11, 2009

For several weeks now I have been encouraging everyone to join #kidlitchat on Twitter.Com each Tuesday evening with Bonnie Adamson and Greg Pincus. (Be sure to come join in the lively discussions this coming Tuesday.)

Until this last week, I didn’t have a picture of Greg. When I emailed him with a request, he graciously sent one to me.

So here it is. Greg Pincus, Co-Host Extraordinaire of#kidlitchat.


Greg Pincus helps people and organizations create social media strategies and plans. He also tries to demystify the online world and practices on his mom, believing that if he can help her understand Twitter and Facebook, he can do anything . (From Greg’s Website) 

You can learn more about Greg at his website,  Greg is a children’s poet, a novelist, a screenwriter and a dad. He actively works as a library volunteer.

Thanks Greg for all the work you do for us writers.


4 Responses to "#kidlitchat’s Greg Pincus."

Thanks, Peg! I had just posted over at The Happy Accident about how the success of kidlitchat is due to the wonderful community of folks who participate in it, talk about it, and help make sure it continues to be a great 80 minutes a week. Bonnie and I agree on this and send our thanks right back to you and everyone who joins in during chat… and all week long, for that matter!

I am glad that I am a part of the whole process. Until Tuesday.


Awesome blog!

I thought about starting my own blog too but I’m just too lazy so, I guess Ill just have to keep checking yours out.


Thanks for the “awesome blog” comment. Please feel free to come back any time and check the blog out.


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