I have traveled quite extensively and every time I visit a new country I always look to find local, natural medicines and remedies that I might need to use while abroad or can bring home to my family. In Nepal, for instance, I had all manner of incense available to buy and bring home. In India, I visited Ayurvedic stores in New Delhi looking for anything to…
Angels of Inspiration is an organization promoting page turning self help through my unique childrens book series created to reach out to the younger generation, through inspiration, to empower these…Continue
I am looking for any suppurt from my fellow mom bloggers! My first childrens book Lydias Dream Come True has been raising money for Three Oaks Foundation, which is a safe house for abused women and…Continue
Angels of Inspiration is an organization writing and publishing new and unique childrens books, created to reach out to the younger generation, through inspiration, to empower these young individuals…Continue
Angels of Inspiration has now expanded, with our second book soon to be out, we also have signed a new childrens author to write under the Angels of Inspiration logo!If you have a childrens book and…Continue
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Together with my partner Derek we have a vision of reaching out to the younger generation, through inspiration, to empower these young individuals into having strong, confident, and positive minds and prepare them for a bright future ahead. We are in the process of putting together and publishing a series of childrens books that can offer the best chance to place the right book in the hands of many children. We hope that you will see our vision as a wonderful experience for any child to learn and grow from.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Our blogging philosophy and intention is to promote emotional well being and link that to the child's imagination and creativity. To support and inspire children while in their developing years.
For two years during the annual BlogHer conference, they set up a "bookstore" booth where bloggers could sell books they had authored. There was no bookstore at BlogHer 11 so I'm not sure if it will continue to be a part of the conference or not. You can keep up with what's happening with BlogHer conferences at http://www.blogher.com/.
Dawn, I am following you. Contact me any time you have writing questions you think I can help you with - my pleasure! I have a now mid-grade book out for boys + a short story "tease" that kids or parents can REVIEW and give themselves a chance to WIN a free copy of "Taconi and Claude."
So I would love you to interview me about it and my other books as well - or about critiquing manuscripts. I have clients worldwide. My private e-mail is: email@example.com - contact me there.
Lovely to be in touch Dawn, and I look forward to hearing from you.