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Why I wrote My Birthday Is September Eleven and Other Short Stories: An Amazon top 100 best-selling book

I am so happy My Birthday Is September, and Other Short Stories is on Amazon top 100-best selling list again.  The paperback copy stayed on the list for three weeks when it was first published in September.

After having taught middle school for 17 years, I understand what teens go through emotionally.  Middle school students often engage in irrational behavior, not because they want to, because their brain is not fully developed yet. Teens at that age also have to deal with self-esteem issues.   Learning how to deal with self-esteem issues usually take a teen down the road of bullying.  So I wrote this book of short stories to inspire teens and their parents who together can find ways to cope with these difficult issues in a positive way.

If you are looking for a best-selling book for a stocking stuffer you can click on the link below to purchase your copy.

http://www.amazon.com/Birthday-September-Eleven-Other-Stories/dp/14...

Nicole Weaver

Trilingual Children's Author

http://mysisterismybestfriend.blogspot.com

http://marieandherfriendtheseaturtle.blogspot.com

http://mybirthdayiseptembereleven.blogspot.com

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