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Let Your Talent Shine With Enthusiastic Humility

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There's lots of information being put out there for authors about advertising and promotion. Some advocate mortgaging your last dollar to advertise on Amazon, others suggest social media, while others take the time to promote locally and often.  I'm an advocate of all in moderation, but for the past several years, my friend and fellow author Hayley Rose and I, have hit every local street fair, book event, and author event we could possibly attend within a 200 miles radius. We reached thousands of people and have a solid base of repeat customers as well as new.  Homeschoolers would bring their workbooks to show me what they had accomplished and parents would tell me what great things their kids had...

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6 Ways To Help An Author!

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Here's the scoop on how to help and support an author. All six of these suggestions are great ways to help an author succeed! Even doing one of them is more helpful than you realize. So if you know an author, or enjoy the work they do give them so help! You may be supporting the next #1 bestseller! 

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Don't Rescue Kids From Mistakes, Instead...

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The good side of getting things wrong is that it enhances rather than detracts from learning. It’s how we challenge our children to learn to do things differently. Learning from mistakes helps develop wisdom and good judgment.

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A Terrific Review

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When I wrote Flamboyance and began to visit schools it became evident that teaching language was much easier when entertaining animals came to the rescue.

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Fantastic Give-Away

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There's only a few more days to enter this fantastic give-away of our newest release Imara's Tiara. 
First Prize is a signed and framed print from the book, an Imara mug, and a book signed by both authors.

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Giving Tuesday - Buy For Children In Need And I Will Do The Rest!

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Books are a great idea in so many ways. Reading is the gift of a lifetime, but children in less than ideal situations aren’t often the recipient of things educational, entertaining, or valuable, rather their physical needs must come first. Donating books to a children’s home, child crisis center, foster care facility, children’s hospital, libraries, your child’s school library, teacher, or a school in lower income areas is a great solution, and I can help.

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