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Yearly Archives: 2014

Meet Author Linda Boyden

I love visiting with fellow authors, sharing information with their fans, and learning things about them and their work I didn’t know. I’m certain you know her already, Linda Boyden, but if not you’re in for a real treat.  If you haven’t read her fabulous work, please pick it up for your classroom, library, kids

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Life Fiction & Cyber bullying

Unfortunately, bullying, especially cyber bullying, isn’t a new problem that tweens and teens face on a daily basis. Tools such as smart phones, placed in the hands of a tween or teen, can cause irreversible damage. Best friends one minute, enemies the next, and the push of a send button, consequences, come later. Video posts

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In case ya wondered, now ya know.

Heard the oddest comment the other day regarding dedications and acknowledgements. I have several published works; each book is dedicated to a certain person, some, depending on the book two or three. I realized recently that most people have no clue as to why a writer would dedicate or acknowledge particular people. Dedications are often

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A Writer’s Story, a Mother’s Request, a Fictional Character

It started at a book signing. I signed copies of Mischief in the Mushroom Patch, at Barnes and Noble (Overton Ridge Blvd). A lady (Beverly Hutton) purchased one, but many purchased that day. Weeks later, via an email, the request came. “I have a request, suggestion, if I may. Could you consider adding a character

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