Writers often come to a place in their writng and in life, that requires them to make choices. The choices are personal, complicated, public, private, difficult, heartbreaking, exciting, real or make believe. Whether the choices are of a personal nature or involve the road a character insists on taking, sometimes life's story gets out of control. In real life we cannot always control events that happen. As a writer we try hard to control the story but even on the page characters behave badly or the author gets blindsided by the good and bad just around the bend in the road.
How do you handle when life gets out of control?
I cry, I pray, and I write......stay tuned.
RE/MEMBER: SCHOOL VISITS ARE AVAILABLE...email for details and types of presentations... I can customize a visit to enhance your lesson plans.
Also, New release you may have missed came out in January: My Wonderful Sister, Her Horrible Problem. Great realistic tale about how drugs and alcohol affect siblings, based on a true story. The book contains a student version, the true parent story, and discussion questions.
2019 is a New Year, New Goals, New Hopes, New Dreams, and NEW BOOKS coming out this year by Penitpublications.com
The Loose Tooth Event
Zeus the Moose
My Wonderful Sister: Her Horrible Problem- A picture book story about addiction and how it effects siblings from a child's point of view.
Here is a list of my books and the newest titles to soon be released:
Children's Picture Books
The ABC's of Cancer According to Lilly Isabella Lane
A Moose is Loose
The Missing Brown Shoe
The Day I Saved Aunt Rose
Pepper's Special Secret
The Cancer Prayer Book
Zeus the Moose
The Big Tooth Event
My Sister and her Horrible Problem
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