I’m excited that 4 classrooms have already registered for my next Nepris interactive event to Teach Writing Without a Pencil. I love to write for kids but even better– is teaching kids to love to write.
I am so grateful for the abundance God has poured out into my life. I look at all my “stuff” and I’m amazed. And the things I get to do are even more wonderful. I have books out with my name on them. Publishers pay me to write articles, stories, and plays. Me, the girl [read more…]
Yesterday, in shirt-sleeve weather, we honored our veterans with the Christmas Wreath. Not knowing this was a tradition at the national cemeteries, I thought it a waste of time and money that should be spent on the living. It’s Christmas, after all. Then I spent time watching people like the hero in the red shirt [read more…]
Just in time to make your teacher ‘Very Happy.” The perfect gift for the homeschool mom or anyone who wants to help students excel at writing and love it. 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 [read more…]
I hate birthdays with zeroes in them. They sound so real–decadeish. That’s really a good thing.Right? Another decade? I decided a long time a go to never grow up. So as I get older, I need to take heed to the words in scripture, “You must become as a little child…” This applies to birthdays [read more…]
What Super Hero does your pet exemplify, represent, symbolize, stand for, be the incarnation of? Digby in my newest children’s book, thinks he’s more than the First Family’s Dog. He is White House Security, the best of the best, and he does a great job for President Jonathan Landry, in spite of P.C. the cat [read more…]
Max Lucado shared a thought today from his book Glory Days: “What’s the secret to survival in enemy territory? Remember what God has done! Record his accomplishments in your memoirs. Don’t forget a single blessing. Create a trophy room in your heart. Each time you experience a victory, place a memory on the shelf. Before you face a challenge, take a [read more…]