Credits: Author Bonnie Burton writes about pop culture, crafting, drawing, self-help, humor and feminism. Bonnie writes both fiction and non-fiction for children, teens and adults. Her books include: J.K. ROWLING'S WIZARDING WORLD: MOVIE MAGIC VOLUME THREE: AMAZING ARTIFACTS (Penguin Random House), CRAFTING WITH FEMINISM (Quirk Books), THE STAR WARS CRAFT BOOK (Penguin Random House), STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS: PLANETS IN PERIL (DK Readers), DRAW STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS (Klutz Books), YOU CAN DRAW: STAR WARS (DK Children), GIRLS AGAINST GIRLS: WHY WE ARE MEAN TO EACH OTHER AND HOW WE CAN CHANGE (Zest Books), NEVER THREATEN TO EAT YOUR CO-WORKERS: BEST OF BLOGS (Apress) Contributed to anthologies: WOMANTHOLOGY: HEROIC (IDW Publishing), WOMANTHOLOGY: SPACE (IDW Publishing), THE MUNCHKIN BOOK (Smart Pop), WORLD OF GEEKCRAFT (Chronicle Books)

Three things people should know about Bonnie:- Bonnie loves writing about anything geeky which includes Star Wars, Doctor Who, Star Trek, Harry Potter and more. - Bonnie also writes fiction and comics. She loves to write exciting tales where women are the main characters.- In addition to writing books, Bonnie is also journalist who likes to write about pop culture, weird science and robotics for such publications as CNET, Playboy and Make Magazine, just to name a few.

Five books that have shaped Bonnie's writing1. "On Writing" by Stephen King -- Great advice for writers2. "Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life" by Anne Lamott -- The kind of writer's memoir that reminds us all that writing can be both rewarding and frustrating.3. Any book/comic written by Neil Gaiman -- His stories are imaginative, fun, humorous, tragic and creative. Endless inspiration.4. "Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People" & "I Like You: Hospitality Under The Influence" by Amy Sedaris -- Reminds me that craft/cooking/lifestyle books are so much more interesting when injected with a sense of humor5. "You Are a Badass" by Jen Sincero -- Perfect advice for those of us who could use a boost of self-confidence when suffering from writers bock
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