A couple of days ago, my husband showed me an article about how LeVar Burton was using KickStarter to try to bring Reading Rainbow back for every child, everywhere. This KickStarter has a goal of developing an online platform for accessing Reading Rainbow content everywhere and providing it for free to disadvantaged schools. I am so excited about this campaign. As an elementary school librarian and media specialist, this is great news. But it’s just as great for all writers and authors. You see, if we are to have an audience for our writing, it seems to me that we need to foster the love of reading in all children for they are, or will be, our current or future audience. As a teacher, librarian and an author, I encourage you to consider lending your support to this KickStarter campaign.
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I think I will always have a hard time reading reviews. Even though my books have been quite well received and reviewed, reading reviews still makes me so nervous. I have such an emotional connection to my characters that I hope they will be met with the same love and grace that I attempted to write them with. Today, my first book received a wonderful review. I just had to share it with everyone. Click here for the Amazon review. If you haven’t read Immortal Reborn – Arianna’s Choice yet, I hope you will find this review a motivator to give it a try.
Once again, a BIG THANK YOU to everyone who has read, rated, reviewed or just commented verbally your support. I hope you will keep reading because I can’t stop writing.