Category Archive: Reading

New Author Transformed into Untraditional Author

Here is an email I received from a new author that just read Untraditional Publishing. The simple act of changing her approach is what I believe benefits authors the most.  This is what she said…  “I finished your book. (Untraditional Publishing.) I absolutely loved it! That was the best advice I have ever received. I …

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AC Heroes News Release

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UP Authors 3516 North Lockwood Ridge Road Sarasota,FL34234   NEW RELEASE  October 19th, 2011                  Just hanging out at aftercare, saving the world!                                                                Taylor Field, Tina Chapstick, Amber Cook, and Logan Spinner attend Rose Water Elementary School in Rose Water, Ohio. Recently, the students discovered that fifteen classic books will soon be taken away forever …

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Tina Chapstick

There is a third grader at Rose Water Elementary School that has the cutest name…Tina Chapstick. However, do not be fooled by the name. Tina is tough as any boy, especially when it comes to her favorite sport…soccer.  While visiting the school, I had a chance to watch Tina play in a soccer game. The …

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Middle School Students Connecting Through Reading

I understand as an author that connecting with the reader is the most important goal. For students, that goal can be extremely difficult. I  know that middle school students will have little patience for a book. The story must start fast, continue to read fast, and have a terrific ending. Most authors that write for a younger …

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25 Things I Like About Teachers

1. On the first day of school, the teacher arranges the student’s desks in small groups and gives each group a team name. I love this, because five small groups work together better than one large group of twenty-three students. 2. On the first day of school, the teacher has a smile plastered on their …

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