The Twin Arrows By Kate Willis
Two children. Two journeys. Twin arrows.
Ryla follows her father’s parting instructions as closely as she carries… 249 more words
In 2013, I had published my children’s picture book, Dana’s First Fish with Tate Publishing. At first, it was a pleasant experience. But after my book was published, I began to find discrepancies, which I had blogged about; another author’s picture and bio posted on most websites (there is more than one author named Jennifer Adams out there), was my biggest issue as it was never corrected no matter how much I complained. 267 more words
I recently read A Unicorn Named Sparkle by Amy Young and it seriously gave me a case of the giggles.
I mean, it’s a story about a little girl who orders a unicorn for 25 cents from an ad in the back of a magazine (whoever tells you that’s not a dream come true is lying), but what shows up is a goat with an ice cream cone stuck to his forehead. 189 more words