One-Year Book Birthday It’s been one year since Calla Scott released her first book, Riding the Wind, and reviews are in. Readers are loving it! The historical fiction book currently has five out of five stars on Amazon and twenty-six ratings. If you’ve read Riding the Wind, please take a minute
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Are you familiar with Saint Patrick and The Book of Kells? The Book of Kells Kevin and I went to Dublin in 2014 and got to see the famous Book of Kells on display at Trinity College. It’s an amazing piece of art designed for use
Equipping Our Kids to Be Discerning How do you teach your kids to be brave and discerning? I have two boys, five and three, and they’re already picking up on what’s popular when they watch television programs and play with their friends. When I came across Brave Books for children,
Book Two I’m excited to announce author Chrissy Whitten has released book two of her Journals from a Warrior’s Mother series titled The Fall to the Climb. It’s really beautiful, and I’m proud to be a part of the project. This book offers a lot. Like book one, it’s perfect
One-Year Anniversary It’s been one year since author Chrissy Whitten released her first memoir, Journals from a Warrior’s Mother: The Fight. We recently caught up since working together, and she filled me in on her life post publishing! Chrissy shares what she’s learned about promoting her book and an update
A NaNoWriMo Success Story This week, my young friend and client, Calla Scott, is releasing her debut novella, Riding the Wind! Calla wrote her rough draft during the thirty-day NaNoWriMo challenge last November, an accomplishment that many writers only dream of. Her sixth-grade English teacher, along with her Hispanic Culture
“Books are collaborative creations.” Don’t be afraid to hire an editor. When you’ve finished self-editing and reading through your book out loud, it’s time to pass your manuscript off to a professional editor. This can be scary. You won’t feel ready, but don’t wait. When you allow someone else to
Taking care of two preschoolers is chaotic and exhausting. They frequently test my patience. One minute, they’re playing well together. The next minute, they’re fighting over a toy. They roughhouse and jump down the stairs. My two-year-old is constantly climbing to new heights. “Be a good example and get down,”
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