A Conference Dweller – My Day at the Lonestar Ink Writer’s Conference

Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the Lone Star Ink Conference at the Library in downtown Dallas, Texas.  I hope there will be more to come.  Even though I wasn’t able to attend the Boot Camp on Thursday night, or the Friday sessions (Grandma duty called),  I had heard many fantastic comments … More A Conference Dweller – My Day at the Lonestar Ink Writer’s Conference

Jupiter Storm – Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2018

In Jupiter Storm by Marti Dumas published by Plum Street Press, we are introduced to a ten-year-old budding scientist named Jacquelyn Marie Johnson. Jackie enjoys taking care of the plants in the front yard and the wildness of the unattended backyard.  When the story opens, Jackie is calling her five rambunctious brothers in from outside by delivering a stern … More Jupiter Storm – Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2018

Brandon Makes Jiao Zi – Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2018

As a retired teacher, I am always on the lookout for books that will bring something beneficial to the classroom. Eugenia Chu’s wrote this wonderful book for her son when she could not find children’s books utilizing the Chinese language. I, for one, am so glad she created this little gem! It begins when Brandon is … More Brandon Makes Jiao Zi – Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2018

Gianna the Treasure Hunter

Gianna the Great is welcoming another book to her series of adventures. This time she is helping her friend Stephanie find out about her family history. This journey will take them to Ellis Island and in search of a very special treasure that only they can find. Join them on this adventure! http://amzn.to/2yMSDGE