National Writing For Children Center Author Showcase

National Writing For Children Center Virtual Book Tours All Week Long!!

From November 19th to November 23rd I will be hosting another wonderful Author Showcase sponsored by the National Writing For Children Center.

Please stop by each day for writers "On The Go" and learn how these writers do what they do every day to become better and more successful authors.

Other hosts on the Authors Showcase tour are:

Irene Roth - "Meet the Author" Starting 11/15

Terri Forehand - "The Writer's Life" Starting 11/16

Nicole Weaver - "Tradebook Tips for Teachers" Starting 11/17

Suzanne Lieurance - "Writing Tips" Starting 11/18

If you love winning books and other prizes, please be sure to leave a comment on this blog and the others to be entered into a drawing for:

*A copy of Each Book Showcased This Month

*A package of Divine Dill Dip Mix from the Three Angels Gourmet Company

* A Three Angels Gourmet Co. Soup/Coffee Mug

Enter your name in a weekly drawing for a book giveaway sponsored at the National Writing For Children Center.

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