Sunday, August 7, 2016

WISH in Kirkus Reviews, Indie Brag and more!

Dear Bookworms:

I wanted to share some exciting news about my picture book, WISH.

It was recently included as an Indie pick in Kirkus Reviews. You can read more about it here.
Kirkus Reviews is an industry staple and I am thrilled to have the mainstream publishing community learn more about WISH.  Less than 10% of their Indie reviews are chosen for this, so it's a great honor.

I've uploaded a slew of new reviews from Indie Reviews, which you can read over here.  I really appreciate the kind words from everyone.

Last, I just learned that WISH has been honored with  an Indie Brag Medallion. I've learned that on average only 10 - 15% of the books they consider are awarded a B.R.A.G. Medallion, so I'm pretty excited about this award, too.

Here's my new cover for Wish, with the shiny new medallion added on the lower right side!

Now back to the drawing board on some other projects.  
Happy Reading,

Friday, July 8, 2016

New Personalized Good Sportsmanship Book

Hello, Bookworms.

I am excited to announce there's now a personalized version of the popular The Kids' (and parents', too!) Book of Good Sportsmanship.  Here it is:

Your child's book would come with his or her name.

Each book costs $14.99 ($9.99 plus $5.00 for shipping and handling). It takes about 48 hours to create your book and you can expect delivery approximately a week after that.

If you would like to order one for your Good Sport, just visit the website here.  You'll provide your child's name and who the book is from when you place your order.

I hope you like it. 

Happy Reading, 

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Happy Spring!
This past week The Good Sportsmanship Journal (for soccer) was made available. Although it can be used on its own, it can also be used as a companion workbook to The Kids' (and parents', too!) Book of Good Sportsmanship. 

This one is soccer-themed and offers a great place to jot down notes about good sportsmanship observed at practices or games. It's the first in a line of manners-themed workbooks/journals in development, and I think children and grownups will get lots of use out of them, through both writing in them and talking together about the topics.

Let me know what you think -- I love to hear from you.

Happy reading,