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Max Elliot Anderson grew up as a reluctant reader. After surveying the market, he sense the need for action-adventures and mysteries for readers 8 â?? 13, especially boys. Using his extensive experience in the production of motion pictures, videos, and television commercials, Mr. Anderson... Full Bio
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Speaking to the kids at Cabrini Green in Chicago by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I’ve been in some rough places in my life. Right after I was discharged from the army, and while the Vietnam conflict was still raging, I went there to shoot a film project. ... Read on »
Five More Days! by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I’ve been in some rough places in my life. Right after I was discharged from the army, and while the Vietnam conflict was still raging, I went there to shoot a film project ... Read on »
Must we be gross to attract boy readers? by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Note! Bloggers and web site owners are welcome to republish this column. Must we be gross to attract boy readers? By Max Elliot Anderson      A few a ... Read on »
Exclusive Interview with Sam, Tony, & Tyler of Lost Island Smugglers by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Exclusive Interview! INTERVIEWER: This is the first interview that has been granted by these three heroes, Sam Cooper, Tony Dod ... Read on »
Artist & Illustrator for Lost Island Smugglers, Holly Heisey by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health So much attention is given to the author, when a new book is released. However, many times it's the cover that draws in potential readers, or turns them away. Following ... Read on »
Update on Viral Experiment by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Because of the help of several people, my viral experiment sent nearly 500 new people to this blog that I wouldn't have reached on my own. And many, many of those ema ... Read on »
A Viral Experiment by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health A couple of days ago, I read about the millions and millions of H1N1 Swine Flu vaccine doses that will expire soon, and have to be destroyed. The Swine Flu never spread to ... Read on »
Barney and the Runaway Update by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health The publisher of Barney and the Runaway reports that work continues on the book cover design which I should see soon. They plan to have samples of the fini ... Read on »
What Ever Happened to Imagination? by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health TweenParent.com asked if I would write an article about tweens and the importance of reading - especially for boys. It's called,  What Ever Happened to Imagination? ... Read on »
Christian Retailing Magazine by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Christian Retailing Magazine to highlight  Lost Island Smugglers in August issue. Read on »
Lost Island Smugglers on Boys Read by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health My new book, Lost Island Smugglers, is spotlighted today on Boys Read. You can take a look at: http://readingtribe.blogspot.com/2010/06/lost-island-smugglers-a ... Read on »
Valley of the Giant by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health One of the things that brings added interested to the books I write for kids, is the many experiences I’ve had while working on film or video productions ... Read on »
Lost Island Smugglers Coming Soon! by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health As my new book, Lost Island Smugglers - Book # 1 in the new Sam Cooper Adventure Series for readers 8 - 13 - comes closer to its release in august, you can follow ... Read on »
Reading Helps for dyslexia, autism, Asperger's, ADD, and More! by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health From the time our children were very young, my wife became a regular customer at a local, educational store, primarily frequented by professional educators. But I hav ... Read on »
Just A Few More Weeks...NEW Book Release by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health In just a few more weeks, my newest book will be released! Lost Island Smugglers is Book #1 in the Sam Cooper Adventure Series. This is an ex ... Read on »
Unique Honey Flavors by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I started a little side business, and I do mean little, several years ago. It began when I was unable to find a line of honey products I had enjoyed when I lived in I ... Read on »
Amazing Bird Story With Pictures by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Today I had another amazing bird adventure. This time, my wife and I were out in the front of the house doing yard work. She looked down at the ground and asked, “Is ... Read on »
Something for younger readers. by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I’m happy to introduce you to the Tessy & Tab Reading Club Magazine. I can tell you that, had these been available when our children where little, we would have loved them. ... Read on »
Comfort Publishing Announces Plans to Re-launch Popular Youth Literature Series by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Concord, NC (May 2010) -Comfort Publishing announces today that is has signed popular children’s adventure and mystery author, Max Elliot Anderson, to a c ... Read on »
“Where do your writing ideas come from?” by Max Elliot Anderson Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health “Where do your writing ideas come from?” What writer hasn’t heard that question? Most would likely tell you that their ideas come from their own, per ... Read on »