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Showing posts from June, 2014

Looking In the Window: Celebrating the Re-launch of Stopped Cold at The Book Club Network. Come Over and Share the Wonderful Things about the Teens You Know. Fun and Prizes

The Praise for the Teen in Your Life Contest ! Do you know a teen who constantly makes good grades, works hard to earn extra money, is loyal to family and friends, volunteers to help others, is someone you and count on? The list could go on and on. Here’s a chance to honor the them.They can be your child, grandchild, niece, nephew, cousin or friend. A gift will be given to the best entry, but everyone's a winner because the best prize is getting to share about the wonderful young people in your lives. The rules are simple. Tell us how you know the teen and address the topic given. Get your thinking caps on. Here’s the first topic:   Tell us something or some great things about your teen.     Prize: A stitchable journal and an e-book of Stopped Cold. Place:  The Book Club Network . Be sure to leave your comments in the Discussion Forum at The Book Club Network. Just click the link here. About Stopped Cold Stopped Cold finished fourth in the 16th Annual

Best Selling, Award Winning Author Nancy Mehl Tells Us about Her Newest Book, Gathering Shadows. Gives Away a Copy.

                                                                                  A Warm Welcome toNancy Mehl!   Nancy will give away a print copy of Gathering Shadows . To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below.   It's such a treat to have you, Nancy. First, tell us a little about yourself. I’m a wife, mother, and about sixteen months ago, I became a grandmother. This was definitely one of the greatest blessings of my life! I live with my husband, Norman, in Festus, Missouri. We moved here from Wichita, Kansas, eight months ago so we could be near our kids and grandchild. Norman works with a wonderful agency that trains people with disabilities for jobs. I’m grateful to be a full-time writer. I’ve written eighteen books, two of which haven’t been released yet. They are all either mystery, suspense, or a combination of the two. Besides reading and spending time with my family, I like to relax with a few favorite TV shows. I also enjoy playing wit


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Looking Out the Window: Award-winning Author June Foster's Heroine in Red and the Wolf Has ADD. A Fairwilde Reflections Novella, It's a Retelling of Little Red Riding Hood.

A Warm Welcome to June Foster   June will give away a copy. To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below. Hi June. Tell us about Red and the Wolf. In my fairytale novella Red and the Wolf , which is based on Little Red Riding Hood, Lilly Hood is a journalist who struggles with ADD. In doing research for her character, I discovered some interesting facts including the most common symptoms. ADD adults can "zone out" even in the middle of a conversation. They're not trying to be rude but just can't help it sometimes. They might be reading the most fascinating book yet find it hard to focus. Frustrating. Overlooking details and finishing a task, another ADD symptom, can be a detriment to one's career. Lilly Hood, reporter for the Daily Scoop in Fairwilde, Alabama, would agree. If you know someone who has begun multiple projects that remain unfinished, it's possible that person could be plagued with ADD symptoms, since procrastina