Welcome to BitsyKemper dot COM
As one of the premier family computing experts in the United States, odds are you've seen Elizabeth Kemper on CNN, heard her on national radio, read one of her six books, noticed her quoted in anything from Investor's Business Daily to Parenting magazine to Writing Children's Books For Dummies, or seen her work in countless newspapers, radio and TV stations across the U.S. Maybe you drove past her on the freeway and didn't even know it...
Known as "Bitsy" to her friends and associates, we think you'll agree she's "the creative one that packs a lot of enthusiasm."
A published children's book author, speaker, pseudo-geek and self-crowned PR Queen, Bitsy now devotes her time and efforts to the children's book industry.
Writing for children is not only her passion, it is her forte.
When not writing, editing and submitting her own manuscripts, or presenting at conferences, schools and libraries, she likes to help other writers become more efficient and more successful.
Click on the underlined words if you are a writer/illustrator looking for some help marketing/promoting your work. If you'd like to see Bitsy's latest conference presentationson Effective Author Websites, Technology For Writers, Writing For Hire, click over there. You'll also find media interview tips, how to create a great author website, help on finding/hiring a publicist, detail on press kits, and more PR help than you can imagine.
If you are an editor looking to get a feel for Bitsy's writing style, you've probably already figured that out, but you can also click any underlined word on this site, such as background and experience.
If you'd like to book Bitsy for a conference, do a reading at school/bookstore/group/club, please click there -- but not before she says THANKS!
(Whew. Anyone else tired from all that reading?)
Hey! I've got a great idea! Follow Bitsy on Twitter! It's easy... just click below. You'll be glad you did. (Well, she will at least)
Like every website in the world, we are continuously working and reworking. Much like painting the Golden Gate Bridge, it seems we're never done. Feel free to let us know if you notice anything amiss; you won't hurt our feelings. Honest.