April is both National Poetry Month and Indie Author Month. Each day throughout the month, I’ll post a haiku, a story part, or both. Full of creation, Restful beauty or darkness, Deep human nature.
My husband Michael and I are working on a series of books about Monica and Brad, a set of blind twins who are just starting kindergarten. I tell the story, and Michael explains how braille works. To learn more, please visit: Hyacinth Grey’s Books for Young Readers.
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We’ve got back cover copy! The Illustrator is working on the pictures. Our Place: Monica and Brad Start School is for people about age five. For more information, check out Hyacinth Grey’s Books for Young Readers.
Tomorrow it will, Be one year since FriesenPress, Published Wounded Bride.
When I first started blogging, I didn’t have a clear idea of what I was trying to accomplish. I mostly just wanted a website to share information about my self-published book(s). A blog was just something WordPress.com gave you automatically, whether you wanted one or not, and I hadn’t been planning on using it much.… Continue reading What Does “the Indie way” Mean?
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