I honestly didn't know if I should call this a blog post, or an advertisement. I don't want to mislead you by calling it a normal blog post, but it is more than an advertisement. It is a list of recommendations I feel comfortable in supporting.
Dani and the Haunted House and Dani and the Mall Caper. I wanted to see how well I could produce it. In the dead of night, in the silence of my home, well, if you don't count my husband snoring in the other room, this is what I came up with. I'd love to hear your thoughts. It's not like I need to add one more thing to my plate as I am already trying to get ready for print two more books in the series, but what would I do without a full To-Do List?
Now I did say this post was going to feature a list of recommendations. As a children's author I enjoy coming across quality children's literature, especially when I can support my fellow indie authors. Although, do not mistake me, I am happy to support all authors in their attempts to promote children's literacy. I have just been reading a lot of indie author work lately.
To purchase a copy of this book, you can go to Amazon.com. It is available on Kindle for $2.99 and in paperback for $5.99.
Finally, I invite you to go to his website and listen to the professionally narrated, Chapter 1, of his newest release, Els Oot and the Lost City, also available on Amazon.
blog. I invited Faith to join me on the Blogging from the Heart tour. It is her first blog hop, and I would love for you to come out and support her efforts and learn more about her as a writer.
Well, I did warn you. Was this an informative blog post or an advertisement? I hope you will receive it in the spirit it was presented: a list of recommendations of those I consider worthy of your attention. I like supporting others. I enjoy seeing their success. Some might call it strictly cross-promotion, but that thought leaves me cold. I wouldn't recommend someone on my blog I didn't believe in. To me, it is about reaching out to help in a positive, supportive way. Not for profit, not for return, but to celebrate one another's success.
What will be your success today? Where do you want to go? What dream do you still want to accomplish? It's not too late to embark upon the journey. All it takes is one small step forward--and I hope that path leads to your destiny.
Wishing you all the best,