Publishers Weekly

When Snow Globe Travelers: Samuel’s Legacy launched last year, I didn’t know much about the publishing world. My marketing plan was to throw spaghetti at the wall and see what stuck. Not a great approach, but I learned from it. (In fact, I’m still learning from it. There’s a lot of moving parts.) About aContinue reading “Publishers Weekly”

A Review of “Lost on the Titanic (Out of Time Book 1)”

What would you do if you found yourself aboard the Titanic—hours before it sank? Allie and Vic Taylor and their friend Max land aboard the Titanic after the Taylor’s precocious puppy, Luna, swallows a mysterious object from an equally mysterious woman. The three kids are sure their venture through time has something to do withContinue reading “A Review of “Lost on the Titanic (Out of Time Book 1)””

“Still Small Voice” Cover Reveal

As defenders of the light, three children embark on a journey to stop the dark forces invading their land. Because of their faith, twelve-year-old Lauren and her younger brothers, Aiden and Ethan, prevailed in the battle for the Tower of Light. But their victory did not stop the Dark One. Darkness continues to spread acrossContinue reading ““Still Small Voice” Cover Reveal”

Keagan’s Review of “Light of Mine” by Allen Brokken

This is a book review written by my thirteen-year-old son, Keagan. It has been published with his permission. Light of Mine is a Christan novel. It’s aimed at middle-grade readers, and features three fictitious, light-based tools, creatures that have been blessed by God, and a family devoted to God. The main characters are Lauren, Aiden,Continue reading “Keagan’s Review of “Light of Mine” by Allen Brokken”

Teaching Resource: Character Development

This is the third set in a series of worksheets for beginning fiction writers. The series was inspired by the free Pixar storytelling course on Khan Academy. It’s suitable for students in middle grade and high school, and even beginning adult writers. If you’d like to know more about this teaching resource series, check outContinue reading “Teaching Resource: Character Development”