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What I Want to Accomplish in 2019 Even if I Don’t Win the Lottery – Blog Hop

The start of a new year is like a blank slate, and we don’t know what will be written upon it. Even if we don’t hold that winning lottery ticket, there are loads of things we can engrave on it. My writerly pals and I are sharing our hopes – on the writing road and… Continue reading What I Want to Accomplish in 2019 Even if I Don’t Win the Lottery – Blog Hop

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Q&A With Author Lisa Mullan

Please welcome Lisa Mullan–UK scientist, teacher, and children’s book author of two exciting educational series about the science of DNA. Q. Hi Lisa! Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. A. Hello, Shana, and thanks for inviting me today. I have a PhD in biochemistry and have spent most of my… Continue reading Q&A With Author Lisa Mullan

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Catching Up In November

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

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Q&A With Author David Blaze

Please welcome author David Blaze to the Reading Room today. Also an author of adult genres, his current, seemingly addictive middle grade My Fox series has been getting a lot of attention lately. This enjoyable interview might show you why. Q. Hi David! Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. A. My… Continue reading Q&A With Author David Blaze

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Kids’ Thanksgiving Books: Pilgrims, Traditions and Turkey: The Children’s Book Review

This is a great list of Thanksgiving books by The Children’s Book Review, many of which I’ve never seen, and some of which were found in the writer’s local library. Since I, personally, thrive on novelty, I thought a few readers might enjoy a look at some lesser known books for the holiday, too, even… Continue reading Kids’ Thanksgiving Books: Pilgrims, Traditions and Turkey: The Children’s Book Review

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Q&A With Author Margaret Welwood

Please welcome Canadian picture book author Margaret Welwood to Rosco’s Reading Room. Q. Hi Margaret and thanks for stopping by today. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. A. “When God closes a door, He opens a window,” said a friend when I was laid off from my delightful, fulfilling career… Continue reading Q&A With Author Margaret Welwood

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B&N KIDS BOOK HANGOUT Oct. 20

Just a quick note to let you know that I will be signing books at the Barnes and Noble of Temecula, CA, KIDS BOOK HANGOUT event, on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, 2-3:30pm. Please stop by if you are in the area and meet some local children’s book authors! The information on the store’s facebook event… Continue reading B&N KIDS BOOK HANGOUT Oct. 20

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Catching Up–Latest News

WHERE HAVE I BEEN? Just a note to let my loyal readership, fellow bloggers, and fellow authors know that I have not fallen off the face of the planet. I’m still busy at the authoring business here at home-office central. This summer I was busy with lots of day trips, some vacation adventures, and lots… Continue reading Catching Up–Latest News