Words & Thoughts From the Desk of Your Favorite Authoress

Meet me at the library?

A few months ago, I was asked to teach a self-publishing class at the San Joaquin County Library-Tracy Branch.

My first class was on June 6, 2018 and it was phenomenal!  Both the students and I had a great time.  There’s definitely an interest in the subject in the local area, so after the success of the first class, the Librarian added five more classes to the summer calendar.

If you’re in the San Joaquin Area in the months of June & July 2018, why not meet me at the library so we can talk about that book you want to write?

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“Were You Born In That Chair?” Interview with, Author, Jennifer Kuhns

Hello, my fellow book lovers!

Today, I want to share with you an interview I did, with award-winning children’s book author, Jennifer Kuhns.

We got together for a little chat about one of her books entitled, “Were You Born In That Chair?” during the 2nd annual Carnegie Arts Center Book Fair.

If you ever get a chance to speak with her in person, you will find out that she’s got a great sense of humor and excellent comedic timing!

Jennifer writes from the heart and that makes her books that more special.  In, “Were You Born In That Chair?” the protagonist, Hailey, is a young girl who has to switch from a school where everyone knows and accepts her as she is to a new school where she’ll have to start all  over.

This book is an excellent read for teaching young people, about embracing and accepting differences and looking at those differences as something that makes others unique and fun.

I absolutely loved this book and I would highly recommend it.  Click on the photo below to check out my interview with the smart and fiesty Jennifer Kuhns.

 

 

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Jennifer and I sharing a laugh!

 

Just some words & thoughts from the desk of your favorite authoress~

Until next time…

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