I just came across another awesome holiday #giveaway to share with y’all!
For details check out Rhonda’s blog here:
And may the odds forever be in your favor…
I am going to be MIA for the rest of the day as I travel the friendly skies. Plenty of time for reading/writing in the evenings at the hotel, however.
With the first book of this series off in the hands of an editor, I’m getting pretty excited for it’s release! (And I guess I better get a writin’ on book #2!)
Our goal date for publication is mid-December, and all indicators point to this as a realistic date. Cover is almost complete as well. The clock is ticking.
An overview of Journey to Tuma:
Being an eleven year old isn’t all fun and games anymore. There are lives to be saved.
Seeing a light shining through the woods on her family’s property, Wendy grabs her explorer’s backpack and takes off to see where it is coming from. Once in the woods, Wendy trips and loses consciousness. When she awakes, she finds herself in an unfamiliar place and face to face with Koda, a creature unlike anything Wendy has ever seen. Though initially frightened, she develops a friendship with Koda and comes to love his world, known as Tuma. After learning that Koda and his people are in danger, Wendy enlists her friends help, and they set out to save the land of Tuma.
Many obstacles face the trio as they learn that Wendy’s father, and his development company, are the reason for Tuma’s environmental dilemma, thus leaving Wendy with some tough, grown up decisions to make.
Follow along for release specials along the way! Journey to Tuma will make a great gift for a young reader, in the 8-12 year old range. If you know of a classroom that would be interested in a couple donated books, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also be interested in checking our the Short Story Contest. <——Click Here.
Head over to Facebook and like the new official Molly McGee page!
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I’m also in the mood for some lighthearted children’s chapter book reading.
These have been visited personally by yours truly and the following have made the cut for best websites for kids who love to write, or for parents who are looking for ways to encourage young authors!
Scribblitt Love this eye-appealing & fun website
My StoryBook Create your own storybook online. For free!
Kids Games & Prompts: Awesome resource of online games and other info
Fun English Writing Games Fun & Interactive Games for a variety of ages
Games for Young Kids Great for the younger ages!
Check them out and let me know what you think.
If you have others to share~ leave them below and I’ll check it out!
Happy Saturday y’all!
I received a couple of questions regarding the short story contest, so I thought I’d clarify here.
- What is the criteria for judging? ~ Judges will be basing their scores off of: Plot/Content, Characterization, Spelling/Grammar and the following of guidelines. Each category is worth five points.
- Are there any plot specific guidelines? ~ Not really. As long as the character is between 8-14 and there is reference of a holiday, you are free to write whatever you want!
If you do have other questions~ please let me know at email@example.com.
Now, get writing 🙂
I’m so excited to offer this contest! (Make sure you follow this blog to get all updates!)
It is open to everyone~ no matter where you live, however we are looking for stories written in English.
Deadline is fast-approaching, so what are you waiting for?
CLICK HERE <——————
I’m so excited to share and introduce my brand-new website!
I’m equally excited~ or perhaps more so~ that my new book, Journey to Tuma, will be released very soon!
Please follow along for important information, and even some fun stuff along the way. We are starting off strong with a Short Story Contest. There is NO fee to enter, and is bound to be a fun time!
~Authoress Molly McGee