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Tag Archives: Bullying

BACK TO SCHOOL – BULLIES DON’T CARE

Back to school is right around the corner; some kids have already started the new school year, while others make final preparations. Usually, it’s an exciting time, but some kids dread the thought of going back to the place they feel the most insecure or where they’re an easy target for others entertainment. Bullying comes

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BITTER BETRAYAL – YA – EXCERPT

My new book BITTER BETRAYAL like the award-winning title, The Greenlee Project, focuses on consequences of action. I’m passionate about protecting impressionable teens that are between the ages of thirteen and sixteen years olds. Teens this age fall into the YA category, which caters up to eighteen years old, but there’s a huge maturity difference

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WRITER’S ALL HAVE A THING, WHAT’S YOURS?

Writer’s All Have A Thing, What’s Yours? Like most writers, authors, I’ve been writing for years. But when I sit down to write a new piece, though I’ve evolved slightly over the years, my primary process has never changed. It’s kinda like my personal thing, my way of doing it, that kicks off the project

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What Inspired The Story?

What inspired the story, The Greenlee Project? I was asked that recently, authors are asked that question frequently about their work. Since this book is important to me, personally and the topic, I thought I’d share in detail my inspiration for the book. Writing this piece took me to a dark place, as a writer,

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Pearle, a joy to create!

I will never forget the day I received correspondence from a woman I’d met during a book signing, that email forever changed my Mischief Series. The lady, Beverly Hutton, had been in Barnes and Noble and purchased Mischief in the Mushroom Patch. She spent a few minutes visiting with me and left. I remember specifically

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Saying Goodbye to 2015 ‘Bittersweet’

As 2015 comes to an end, I look back with mixed feelings; bittersweet. On a professional level, company wise, we had successes of such a magnitude that only those close to us could appreciate what we truly accomplished. Positioning our company in such a way it will survive the tumultuous ups and downs of the

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What do you do? Interview By Nicolette Anspach

  Recently a fellow author contacted me and asked if I could do him a favor. “Sure,” I said. “What is it?” He proceeded to tell me that his daughter was taking a college class that required her to interview an author, non-family member. Introductions took place and his daughter, Nicolette Anspach, sent me a

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