The summer children’s picture book I wrote with illustrator Teresa Agtuca is now available on ITunes! We are very pleased with how her beautiful and colorful illustrations, combined with the text comes to life through the ITunes format. We are offering The Islanders for an introductory and pre-summer sale at $.99! The book summary and ITunes link which includes a book preview are below. Hope you and your children will enjoy exploring our island adventure!
Summary: For two children and their mom, a visit to a beach becomes a visit to an adventurous and imaginative playland!
Taken from Inspiring Childhood, Inspiring Life/“Your Life is Important”
~ Everyone makes a difference in the lives of others ~
Everyone is important because everyone makes a difference in the world. We all connect with people in one way or another, and it is in these connections that life is lived.
She is my editor, however she also agreed to take my project and I was thrilled she did! Kathleen Firstenberg posted a great review of my book on her website, so of course I’ve included the link below to check out. Thanks Kathleen!!
Inspired by Inspiring Childhood, Inspiring Life – Love is a feeling, a choice and a legacy.
You should know a true “I love you”, one that’s given for your own well-being.
A true “I love you” isn’t the same as “I like you a lot.” A true “I love you” doesn’t mean “I love you, but it’s o.k. to love myself more”.
True love protects but encourages, will lead you and also will follow you.
Being given true love, allows for learning how to truly love, and that’s an amazing gift to receive.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Below is a review I’ve offered for my friend and fellow author Kate Policani. Yes she is my friend, however I’m confident in my review of her book professionally as well as personally. If you are looking for a book that will keep you interested and thinking, this one has it.
An Enjoyable Book For Reading and Smart Book For Thinking…
An engaging and multi-faceted science fiction story, The Disenchanted Pet presents an intriguing and thoughtful backdrop for exploring the universal theme of relationships.
The story follows heroine Zarah through life and experiences that forever change not only her, but also her view of the world she lives in.
The writing is well paced with engaging twists and turns right up through the very end. Enjoyable for a variety of readers, The Disenchanted Pet is a book that may have you thinking about questions it mirrors against our own world, long after the last page has been turned.