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Real Books

While reading will never go out of style, ebooks are fast replacing tried and true real books. I have mixed feelings about this since I love the weight of a real book, the sound of the pages turning, the smell of the paper. I love seeing the cover on my bedside table, and I love… Continue reading Real Books

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Favorite Children

I am often asked which of my books is my favorite, yet I've never had anyone ask which of my sons is my favorite. My books are like my children: they took a lot of effort to 'raise.' If I am distracted from them sales decrease, like children acting out to get attention. I'm proud… Continue reading Favorite Children

Authors, Reviews

Back to School Blog Hop

Happy September! If your local school district is like mine, you've already been in school for two weeks. Nonetheless, I've always thought of September as Back to School month. This September, my books will be featured all month on a blog hop. Listed below are the bloggers who will be participating. Links to their blogs… Continue reading Back to School Blog Hop

Reviews

Under a Wild and Darkening Sky

A review of my book by Megan, one of my students! Under a Wild and Darkening Sky, by Linda Ulleseit, portrays Alyna and Ralf adapting to their new home in, High Meadow while working in their father’s bakery. Their parents plan out their future, but Ralf and Alyna chose not to follow in that particular… Continue reading Under a Wild and Darkening Sky

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NaNoWriMo Winner!

It's not the first time I've become a National Novel Writing Month winner, but it's no less intoxicating! Fifty thousand words in one month is something I can be proud of. At school, the first trimester ends the first week of November. That means grading final projects, tests, and other work then doing report cards.… Continue reading NaNoWriMo Winner!