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Zippy Applehead Books


I am pleased to announce http://zippyappleheadbooks.com is now live. Please take a moment to view the site. Very shortly I will post other information on my books and will be blogging from this site also — mainly for kids.

Librarians, authors, adults, teens, and children from all over the globe will celebrate the power of words and stories during the annual World Read Aloud Day on Wednesday, March 9.

Remember 10daybookclub.com from 3/1-3/21 to sign up and review Giggly Gracie & Jammin’ Jane. It is free. The story of Giggly Gracie & Jammin’ Jane  is written in rhyme and verse with an 1800 word count and appeals to the 1st – 3rd grade age range. I would love for parents, teachers and children to all take an opportunity to read this story. Maybe even a classroom assignment for older students? Just a thought — they could sign up, read the book and give feedback. I would love to hear from the students. Thanks to all and don’t forget:

It’s a great day in the Wonderful World of Zippy AppleHead!

Remember:

Live Life to the Fullest and Follow Your Dreams — no matter what age!!!!!

“Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.”

— Emilie Buchwald

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Giggly Gracie & Jammin’ Jane


My manuscript with the working title Giggly Gracie & Jammin’ Jane will be featured on the 10 day book club from 3/1/12 through 3/21/12.

www.10daybookclub.com

Join FREE – participate in virtual book clubs as a reader or writer  and have fun connecting through social media
Take a minute today to sign up as a reader (free) and then for my event (also free). We will meet in the online chat forum from 3/22 – 3/24 where you can give me feedback and ask questions. This is a great opportunity to not only sign up for my manuscript but the other books that will be featured.
Stay tune as http://zippyappleheadbooks.com is coming to a computer near you!!!!
REMEMBER:
To Follow Your Dreams & Live Life to the Fullest
I have enjoyed greatly the second blooming… suddenly you find – at the age of 50, say – that a whole new life has opened before you. — Agatha Christie