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April 21, 2017
The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Catherynne M. Valente by Page Turner

Hi guys, I’m finally back! School has kept me busy, but now I will be posting book reviews weekly, or maybe twice a week if I am able. So, without further ado, here’s my first review of 2017! With a title like “The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making”, you […]

February 16, 2017
Modern Day Commandments for Writers by admin Laptop, cellphone and other business objects on workplace book writer author

  10 Modern Day Commandments for Writers Let’s face it, writing is tough! You engage in the written word because it’s your calling; thrusting yourself into manuscripts, op-eds, blog posts, and and anything else that moves you. That nagging voice rising from the back of your head screaming, “WRITE!”, is ever present. Sometimes the words flow […]

January 4, 2017
7 Tips for Authors to Get and Stay Motivated in 2017 by admin

It’s a new year and you’re ready for a fresh, new start. The first few weeks are easy. You motivation is immeasurable. Thoughts of change and the amazing possibilities ahead has you excited. But how do you stay motivated and passionate when the newness wears off and the daily grind sets in? Check out these tips for […]

May 12, 2016
SHIMMER is here! by admin

Check out our newest release, “Shimmer” “Shimmer is a glimmer, a drop in the sea. He’ll tell you a story, in his words they’ll be. Of pirates and monsters, this yarn doesn not tell, but rather of travels, as water does well.” Written by multi-award winning author and illustrator, Jonathan C. Nordstrom, “Shimmer” will delight […]

April 6, 2016
Diversity In Children’s Books: New Directions by admin

Can We Talk Diversity? The conversation about diversity in children’s books is lighting up the internet. Just search the first 4 words in this title and read for yourself the myriad of articles, blog posts, and social media engagement. The world is on fire putting pressure on publishers to produce more multicultural books. The tremendous push by advocates like We […]

March 23, 2016
A Fairy Tale by Candy Grant by admin

Where have all the great fairy stories gone? We asked ourselves this very question and quickly realized the short answer: Right Here! Meet our first ever, award winning book, “A Fairy Tale”. Winner of the Mom’s Choice Awards Honoring Excellence, the imagery, diverse characters, and poetic text make this an instant classic. Written by children’s book […]

February 29, 2016
Making a Children’s Picture Book GREAT by admin group of happy kids reading a book together

Children’s picture books dwell in a huge, highly competitive market. It’s difficult to break into this world as a newbie author, yet there doesn’t seem to be a bottom to the well of submissions we receive on a regular basis. Many lack creative content, some just need a tweak, others may need an improved title. Below […]

January 8, 2016
Happy Birthday to Us! by admin

Another Birthday, Another Amazing Year! On our birthday, January 1st, we turned two years old! Thank you fans, friends, and family for all of your support! We couldn’t do it with out you or our AMAZING staff of tireless working individuals, volunteers, and interns! Take a look at where we’ve been and where we are going; […]

November 19, 2015
So You Wrote a Book. Now What? by Wendy Dean

When people find out I’m a publisher, the statement I most hear is, “Oh, I have a book!” I take a deep breath, because I know that following this exclamation is the most asked question, “So how do I go about getting it published?”  The simple, yet hard truth is, just because you wrote a […]

November 13, 2015
Author Spotlight: Jonathan C. Nordstrom by admin

Author Spotlight with Jonathan C. Nordstrom In our new Author Spotlight, each month we will feature one of our authors, focusing on getting to know more about who they are and the writing they love. Up first: Mom’s Choice Award winning author of Sometimes Sleep, Jonathan C. Nordstrom. Hailing from St. Mary’s County, Maryland by way […]