Annette Whipple’s “Ribbit! The Truth About Frogs” is perfect for kids who love to learn about the wonders of this world and its creatures. … More Ribbit! The Truth about Frogs, A Book Review by Kathryn O’Neill
Do you communicate a biblical worldview when you write? This is not hte same as being preachy! … More Handling God’s Word with Your Words – Part 1
Can anyone be a published author? The short answer: YES!!!! I’m a published author and I started out knowing nothing about this career. Zip. Nada.
The Lost Bard of Taliyaven by Helena S. George is a Christian fantasy novel that follows the story of Masha, a villager who is forced to flee her hometown when a neighboring country invades. … More The Lost Bard of Taliyaven: A Book Review by Kathryn Dover
Sarah Sundin is one of my favorite authors, and her latest novel, Until Leaves Fall in Paris, does not disappoint. Until Leaves Fall in Paris is a stand-alone novel that loosely connects to Sundin’s previous novel, When Twilight Breaks. … More Until Leaves Fall in Paris: A Book Review by Kathryn Dover
Explore the world of early chapter books and enjoy a review of The Fabled Stables, one of my favorites. … More The Fabled Stables: Exploring Early Chapter Books
5 Steps to researching nonfiction texts. … More 5 Steps to Research When You’re Not an Expert by Master Class Teacher, Annette Whipple￼
Michelangelo was a super star in his own day, but as a Christian, he knew his work had a higher purpose. … More Finding the Higher Purpose for Our Creative Work
Are You Independent? Fireworks begin in my neighborhood way before July 4th. But I wonder if some revelers are more interested in making noise than in celebrating the anniversary of our nation’s independence. Independence. It’s in our country’s DNA. As American citizens, it’s also in our individual DNA. We don’t bow to anyone or anything. … More Are You Independent?
Good news! A couple years ago I was offered a new book contract. More news—I was required to find and acquire the photographs. Bad news? I used to think so. But with over 100 published books under my belt for publishers big and small, I had faced this challenge before. At first it felt confusing. … More How Do I Find Free Images for My Manuscript? by Nancy I. Sanders￼