Word Choice: Differently Abled or Disabled?

If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you know I rarely depart from posting book reviews, author interviews, and the occasional writer’s life update. And I typically post on Mondays or Fridays. But today, I have a question for you. You may remember me mentioning that I am autistic. Because I am, I readContinue reading “Word Choice: Differently Abled or Disabled?”

Snow Globe Travelers Audiobook Tour & Special Edition Hardback

Snow Globe Traveler: Samuel’s Legacy is now on audio! It’s narrated by Audie and Earphones award-winning narrator Nancy Peterson. She did an amazing job bringing Sarah’s story to life and was such a blessing to work with. A special edition hardback of Samuel’s Legacy was released along with the audiobook. (Details below.) To celebrate, aContinue reading “Snow Globe Travelers Audiobook Tour & Special Edition Hardback”

Book Review: “My City Speaks” by Darren Lebeuf

My City Speaks is a delightful picture book written by Darren Lebeuf and illustrated by Ashley Barron. The story follows a young girl who is visually impaired as she navigates the city with her father. It’s a celebration of sounds, scents, and textures set to the rhythm of a large city. There’s much to loveContinue reading “Book Review: “My City Speaks” by Darren Lebeuf”

Book Review: “Larry Gets Lost in the Library” by Eric Ode

Larry Gets Lost in the Library is a fun picture book set to release on August 3, 2021. The story follows a puppy named Larry who’s search for a book turns into an adventure that takes him to the city library. A young boy named Pete is visiting his grandparents on the farm for theContinue reading “Book Review: “Larry Gets Lost in the Library” by Eric Ode”