New Extract From The Trump Diary
Hello everyone and welcome to my blog. The Basement: Robbie’s Rite of Passage is my first novel. It is a Suspense/Thriller aimed at an upper Middle Grade/ Young Adult audience (pre-teens & teens). The Basement is a coming of age story about a pre-teen named Robbie and the many issues he faces in his young life (bullying, verbal abuse, alcoholic father, puppy love . . . ) and how the encouragement and support of his mom, friends and neighborhood heroes aid him in the task of overcoming these obstacles. You will feel an array of emotions as you read this novel ranging from indignation and sorrow to laughter and delight, not to mention a bit of thrills and fright.
Please enjoy a chapter from THE BASEMENT, and let me know what you think in the comments below. Your opinions mean a great deal to me and will help me…
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As a follow up to my earlier post regarding the challenges facing readers and authors with limited vision I am delighted to post another interview with a writer of low vision. Blindness is a complex problem with no one cause or solution, but about which there is often poor understanding. People with restricted sight often suffer discrimination including the false assumption that they cannot enjoy books, cannot write or be creative and must live “a disabled life” but as these interviews show, that does not have to be the case.
Hello and thanks for joining us. Please tell us a little about yourself.
Hello everyone! My name is Laurel A. Rockefeller. I am author of the medieval science fiction series, The Peers of Beinan.
I am an amateur medieval historian and amateur scientist originally
from Lincoln, Nebraska. In 1995 I received my bachelor of arts from
the University of Nebraska…
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Every week the Good Reads Group
Welcome to Patricia (Trish) Reding
Please tell us a little about yourself. At the outset, I would like to thank you. It means so much to have this opportunity to share with readers and potential readers.
I am a newly published author. My first work, OATHTAKER, published in March 2013, is an epic fantasy. By evening and weekend, I write, but my day job is practicing law. I have found that the law and writing are similar in that one is always practicing; both are arts that are refined and improved over time. Outside of my work, I am still raising children and I have a number of other hobbies like performing in musical dramas, gardening and yoga.
Please tell us a little about your writing – for example genre, title, etc. My debut novel, OATHTAKER, is the story of Mara, a trained…
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