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Self Publishing School

I’ve wanted to be an author since my mom first read me The Chronicles of Narnia when I was in third or fourth grade. I marveled at how words could conjure up images and emotions and communicate ideas. 471 more words


The Simple Way to Boost Traffic to Your Author Website: A Blog!

We all know that whether you’re traditionally published or going D.I.Y., marketing your book is mostly on you, the author—and creating a solid web presence is one of the best ways to do just that. 1,279 more words


Preparing for the New Year and becoming a new writer.

I’m still on my semi-vacation.  I have written another homemaking and frugal book during that time.  I’ve had great fun in cranking the little booklets out, however, what I really am focused on is the fiction.   1,064 more words


3 Things You Need in Your Query Letter to a Literary Agent

The end of the year is coming, which means tons of authors are gearing up for the popular (but dreaded) new year’s resolution: get my book published… 685 more words


The beginning of my writing journey

I’m so excited, y’all.

I’m really doing it! 

“You can fix anything but a blank page.”
― Nora Roberts

Books have been a part of my life from the beginning. 

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Becoming An Author

Is Writing A Career​? This Writer Shares Their Experience!

I was recently asked to write about my career, I’ll be honest, I almost laughed out loud. I looked around my house, at my three children happily creating a mess (and it doesn’t really make me feel any better to call that mess ‘memories’), at my laundry baskets over-flowing with clean yet creased washing, at the folder on my computer called ‘Works in Progress’ that has so many half started stories I’ll have to live to a ripe old age to finish them, and I thought “What career?” 636 more words


Appreciating the tiny things in life….  

This is one of my favourite things to do at preschool and possibly the only photo I have of me reading to my class.  

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Early Learning