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MY OFFICIAL WEBSITE WITH MY OWN NAME DOMAIN

Hi All,

I thought I would let you know about my new website. Here is the media release. Thank you for your support.

M E D I A R E L E A S E

CONTACT: Nicole Weaver, Children’s Author

Email: lumiereleclaire@yahoo.com

Website: http://nicole-weaver. com

For Immediate Release

Nicole Weaver Introduces new official author site

Nicole weaver was born in Port-au-Prince Haiti. She came to the United States when she was ten years old. She is fluent in Creole, French, Spanish and English. She is a veteran teacher of French and Spanish. She is dedicated to writing trilingual children’s picture books to help expose language and culture at an early age. Learn more about her books and projects at her new Official Site of Nicole Weaver, Children’s Author
http://nicole-weaver.com.

Ms. Weaver’s first book entitled, Marie and Her Friend the Sea Turtle, was published in March 2009 through Outskirts Press accompanied with delightful illustrations by Ruben Chavez. Weaver’s next picture book “My Sister is My Best Friend” will be published by Guardian Angel Publishing in 2011.

To learn more about Nicole visit: http://www.melangeofcultures.wordpress.com

Thank you in advance for your interest.

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