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Here are two free games from Teach Writing Without a Pencil. Click on the pdf file for the game you want to print. Please do not print for your friends, however, share this site for them to download their own free copy. You can also print a copy for you principal of the Tell It [read more…]
Get a special price from November 8- 17 for a Kindle version. Keep your curriculum. Add Fun! $ .99 today and $ 1.99 later in the week. Teach Writing Without a Pencil is a collection of games and activities to help students improve their writing skills. Strong verbs, authentic voice, cohesive flow, and the joy of [read more…]
There’s not many times that I’ve been more proud. Imagine being me–the youngest of eight, daughter of a share-cropper, dyslexic me–telling kids about how to be an author/editor. Then 5 kids run up after the talk with huge smiles saying, “I’m dyslexic!” An echo of “me too” bouncing around between them. Talking to the [read more…]
Standing in “high cotton,” under the big Texas sky –a beautiful soul– this sweet lady is just one of so many who grew my faith. If you see anything good in me it’s because people like Mona and Nelson modeled Jesus to me and hundreds more teenagers. We grew up in high cotton. “Standing in [read more…]
The story of Katharina and Martin Luther engages the reader because most of the plot is true. There’s much to learn as well as enjoy about this book. The life of nuns tortured and dying during this time reveled a darkness I didn’t know much about. I rated the book PG 16 with a strong [read more…]
I have mentioned MaryLu Tyndall on my blog before. This month while I was unable to write,(doctor’s orders) I actually read with my eyes this MaryLu Tyndall book, only because it isn’t out on audio. Having listened to each of her other books, I longed to know the beginning of the story of these wonderful [read more…]
One of my kids from back in the day. Stephanie Goolsbay Hays helping others! This is a great event and helps so many. Go to the end. GRACE Gala Grace Gala co-chair Stephanie Hays visits NBC 5 in studio to preview this year’s event, which helps Grace provide food, clothes and shelter to needy families.
Well, I just had a life-kick-in-the -pants. A month and a half ago, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Everyone in my family who had cancer died of it or died of the cure. I immediately thought of all the things I wanted to do, finish, write, publish. Usually the kick brings me clarity. That [read more…]