Are you out of ideas for keeping your kids busy this summer? Take it from me, reading is ALWAYS a good fix. 😉 If you’re looking for some help with that, I’m running a Christmas in July Sale for Prime Day ~ 3 of my ebooks are FREE, including my latest release, Rosco the Rascal… Continue reading It’s Christmas in July Sale
Reblogged from The Children’s Book Review Sponsored by Two LionsLauren Kerstein | The Children’s Book Review | May 21, 2019 The lure of summer is so strong—almost like a living, breathing, palpable force. Endless days of sunshine, adventures, and courageous firsts stretch ahead of us as we inch our way to this magical time. The following books… Continue reading 5 Picture Books to Inspire Summer Adventures
Today in my holiday books roundup I’m featuring a middle grade book by British author Clare Allison. Yule Be Sorry: An Unconventional Christmas Tale is for children ages nine and over. It fuses a heart-warming story with adventure, villains and even a topical political undertone, all while remaining festive for the December holidays. Santa has… Continue reading HOLIDAY BOOKS Yule Be Sorry: An Unconventional Christmas Tale
I am thrilled to announce that my Christmas-themed book is finally available! Rosco the Rascal and the Holiday Lights James’ and Mandy’s neighborhood has taken first place in the holiday lights Best Block contest. But will Rosco’s attempts to help, wreak havoc and wreck Opening Night? And will Mandy’s insistence on working independently be her… Continue reading New Release!
Happy Thanksgiving! Just a note to share my latest news and updates with you. New Release UPDATE: Rosco the Rascal and the Holiday Lights is now out and available here! amzn.to/2rrqnmN First, my Christmas-themed book is on schedule for a December release! I can’t give you a pre-order link because I’m still waiting on the… Continue reading Catching Up In November
…I remember reading a biography of Sting and how he was asked to describe his music. He realized that he couldn’t call it a hobby because that description was not strong enough, yet he couldn’t call it a business because he was at a job interview.