This story caught me off guard. If I ever go on an African safari then I want a tour bus! Check out the link.
I just wanted to share my good news. My second book was named a finalist in the International Book Awards in the Fiction: Young Adult category. The link will take you to my publisher’s press release so you can read about the other two books that were nominated from the Light Messages family.
I was so thrilled with this honor when I heard about it on Twitter today. I hope you have time to check out The Megalith Union which is available on line or you can ask your local book sellers (large or small) to order it for you.
Scishow does a great job of educating us in a fun way about Marie Curie and her importance to science. Get to know this pioneer.
Here is a second guest blog post that I wrote for my publisher. Again, if you are interested in being published then check it out.
I wanted to share a guest blog post that I wrote last year for my publisher. If you are interested in the idea of being published then I think you will find it interesting.
Howdy, all. I wanted to share a video intro of Tony Danza’s book I Want to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had. Danza spent a year in a Philly high school and learned a great deal about the challenges that teachers face each and every day in our schools. I strongly encourage everyone to support your local teachers. Imagine a business where you are trying to sell to people that have no interest in buying and make it their personal mission that your message will have a very difficult time of getting through to others who may be receptive to it. Its a hard job and a thankless one most of the time, but there are moments (not pay day since its way lower than it should be) where a student comes back to you or lets you know that what you taught was important. It’s both the greatest job and the worst job all at the same time and being great at it is nearly impossible, but these driven souls suit up every day and do it. Here’s to teachers everywhere and I encourage everyone to read Danza’s book.