When our children were little we started a new tradition to celebrate the New Year. We read about creation and newness in the Bible and then we celebrated new starts. This included giving children (or the family) new books and games, new hugs, and trying a new food. It turned out better than we expected and many of our grandchildren now enjoy the tradition.
Today I confess that I am a Christian and I am a children’s author, but I haven’t published a Christian children’s book. So, how is it that I’m allowed to write on the Christian Children’s Authors blog? Good question. When … Continue reading
It’s February. The children are back at school, regular routines have begun and the excitement and whoosh of Christmas has almost faded away. So, I thought it would be a good time to do a giveaway and, because I write … Continue reading
It took Joseph, my nine-year-old grandson, six months to choose his birthday gift from me. His birthday is January 4th and that’s a time he is still engrossed in all his Christmas gifts. But, each month after the date passed, … Continue reading
I love book launches! As an author I understand the sometimes tricky road to publication and know that a book in print is something worth celebrating. When I launch my own books I think of it as an excuse to … Continue reading