Creating Children and Young Adult Stories, Armed with Imagination and a Pen

National Princess Week

In honor of National Princess Week we are pleased to announce our launch for The Pig Princess.  We will be doing a special promotion on April 27th so you can get a free kindle copy from Amazon that day by going here.

The Pig Princess is the story of a princess searching for that perfect dress to wear to the ball. She becomes upset when she cannot seem to find a dress that suits her. Will she ever find her perfect fit?

We hope you will check out our latest book and please leave your feedback either here or in the form of an Amazon review.  We love to hear from our readers!

***Just got confirmation that a very big website is going to post about our freebie promo on Friday.  This website has over 200,000 followers on Facebook and Twitter.  I couldn’t be more thrilled with the exposure.  Doing my happy dance now!***



JaMonkey Liked the Nutts

Here’s another review from blogger, Meghan, who enjoyed reading The Nutt Family:  An Acorny Adventure to her little JaMonkey daughter.  You can check out her review here.  Meghan also had a premature daughter born with SVT at 32 weeks.  Thankfully she has recently been able to being her littlest JaMonkey home.  We continue to keep her family in our prayers.

I know all too well what it is like to have a premature baby since my son was born at 4lbs 13oz at 32 weeks and 5 days.  He had to remain at the hospital for 3 weeks before he could come home.  It is heartbreaking to leave the hospital and see all the other mother’s getting discharged with their babies and not being able to take your little one home.  It was a struggling time, but I also met mothers of other preemies who were much smaller and had many more challenges that I was facing so that put things into perspective for me.  I don’t know what it must be like to have a baby with SVT, but I hope Meghan and her family are surrounded with love and support.

In the United States 1 in 8 babies is born premature.  The March of Dimes is working to address this issue at home and abroad.  To learn more visit the March of Dimes here.

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