Will there be a Fascol Scooter under your Christmas Tree?


 Will there be a Fascol Scooter under your Christmas Tree? It's not just Scooters Though.Check out their Bikes,Tricycles, even High chairs and Toys for the baby... Fascol is dedicated to the design and manufacture of kid’s scooter, tricycle, ride-on vehicles and toys . They started in China but now has subsidiaries in five European countries to ensure excellent customer service. Fascol hires outstanding Germany engineers to research and develop its product lines using non-toxic … [Continue reading...]

Melissa Muldoon, Author of Dreaming Sophia: Guest Post


— Melissa Muldoon, Author of Dreaming Sophia: Guest Post - On top of the world, on top of Florence’s Duomo! On top of the world, on top of Florence’s Duomo! Florence’s cathedral—Santa Maria del Fiori, or simply il Duomo, as it is known to the Florentines, is a fantastic piece of architecture. Every time I visit Florence its beauty strikes me. The cathedral was built in the Gothic style, and the facade of the building displays multi-colored marble panels of green, rose and white. In … [Continue reading...]

Secrets to a Stress free Christmas


A Guest Post by Christine Harrington; Festive agony aunt reveals her secrets to a   stress free Christmas Christmas is a time for fun and excitement so it is important not to let stress of the occasion spoil our enjoyment.There is so much to do and think of. The most important advice is to start […]

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Twenty Four Days to Christmas by Fred Arthur. Advent Calendar in a book


Twenty Four Days to Christmas With Thanksgiving over (For those of us in the U.S) and BLACK FRIDAY over every young child and maybe some of us older folks are zeroing in on December 25th. Are the kids driving you nuts? Are they making out their Christmas Lists scouring the internet and toy store for […]

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Rhio Saves the Big Project! a Spotlight


Rhio Saves the Big Project!      By John P. Curtin, Jr For fans of Rhio the lovable rhinoceros from the children’s book Rhio  Saves the big Day … This is the second book in the Rhio and Friend’s series.Only 28 pages and perfect for kids up to 4th grade. It follows the continuing wacky and […]

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The Ugly Teapot by Fred Holmes : a Book Review


                The Ugly Teapot    I don’t think I ever read a book that started with an Obituary. Until now that is. Throw in a telepathic dog, a magic lamp,a sarcastic Genie a very curious and adventure seeking girl and little comic relief from a man named Gus and what do you think you get? […]

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$250 PayPal Cash Shopping Spree Cash giveaway


What’s that you say? You don’t need an extra $250 for this holiday season. well then I guess you don’t need to enter this new great giveaway we have for you.How about this. Enter now , win the CASH and keep it for yourself! Choose between $250 PayPal Cash OR an Amazon E-Gift Card! Oh […]

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Thankful for Cash Giveaway – win $250

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  With Thanksgiving AND Christmas around the corner wouldn’t it be oh so nice to have an extra $250 in your pocket? What could you do with that extra CASH! Well now you could pay the utility bill or car payment but C’mon we all know that aint happening. Whatever you decide you can’t win […]

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BREAKING CHAINS OF DARKNESS” by Dr James Fent an Author Spotlight


                       BREAKING                         CHAINS  OF                       DARKNESS                                                    by Dr James Fent BOOK DESCRIPTION BREAKING CHAINS OF DARKNESS is a  comprehensive book on deliverance and spiritual warfare. This book is being used internationally and its contents have become an accepted guideline by pastors, church leaders and deliverance ministers. It can be used for […]

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Waiting for a Sign by Etsy Schachter


        Waiting                    for a                            Sign                                                                a Novel by Etsy Schachter    Waiting for a Sign is a great example of family life. The ups and […]

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Being Santa : It’s The Best Job in the World


Ok so Halloween is over ,The leaves here in Western New York are Falling and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. So besides stuffing our selves with Turkey (at least us in the U.S.) there is one more thing that happens this time of year. That’s right Santa arrives at the Mall. Of course we […]

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How to Market Children’s Books Online

How to Market Children’s Books Online You’ve written and produced a book for children that you’re proud of and that has the potential to bring you plenty of sales. The question is how to tap into that potential through the internet? We know that many people get their books by ordering online, and you’re more […]

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The Adventures of Fawn a Christmas Classic : an Interview with Al E. Boy


 A Future Christmas Classic The Adventures of Fawn, is a ‘coming of age’ tale set in the year 1849. It tells of the adventures of Fawn, the precocious young daughter of legendary reindeer, Comet and Vixen. Initially, she has no friends and spends her days alone in the stable at Santa’s Village. She argues with […]

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OMG… I Did It Again? by Talia Aikens-Nuñez

OMG… I Did It Again?                                            by Talia Aikens-Nuñez April Appleton wakes up to quite the sight: a herd of elephants marching down her street! She realizes that her powers of witchcraft have done it again. With her friends, Grace and Eve, April must figure out how the elephants got to her town in the […]

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Nutti the Squirrel Who Couldn’t Eat Nuts


  This weeks Author Profile  An Interview with Caroline Brown Author of : Nutti the Squirrel Who Couldn’t Eat Nuts Available October 25, 2016     A young squirrel is confused when he becomes sick after eating a meal with his family, in this delightful and educational picture book on the importance of understanding nut allergies.All squirrels eat nuts, […]

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Ugly teapot interview with Fred Holmes


Twenty Questions-                      With Fred Holmes Author of An Author Interview   1. Where or how did you come up with the idea for this book and series? The story sprang from tragedy. My brother died very young and his death was very difficult for me. That was decades ago, and I’m still not over […]

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Happy Halloween Giveaway!

Welcome to the Happy Halloween Giveaway! Fall is here along with This Halloween Giveaway. Open the whole month of October ending on Halloween Night! So rake those leaves, cover the pool and enter this giveaway now! Nothing scary about this giveaway! 4 Winners will  split over $1,000 rv of prizes!     Hosted by: Michigan […]

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Why I wrote Writing for Children and Young Adults by Marion Crook


Guest post:by Marion Crook Why I wrote Writing for Children and Young Adults Date: September 29, 2016 I wrote the first edition of Writing for Children and Young Adults after I had published ten novels for middle grade and young adults. I was entering my PhD program in education. One of my supervisors was an expert […]

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Mr. Love & Mrs. You & Their Wonderful Planet


This weeks Author Profile is Mr. Martin Small,Author of Mr. Love & Mrs. You & Their Wonderful Planet Martin Small is a man that’s lived with Dyslexia all his life and now wants to work with dyslexic kids. ck out his kickstarter page and see for yourself his determination to help these children. In our […]

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