This, my first non-fiction book, has just been selected by The Midwest Book Review. It's an honor.
The book's available in print or Kindle format. Print might be better because the book contains some reference material.
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"Today I have the honor of speaking with children's author, Anna Tshekeche, who has just published a wonderful children's picture book, called Tsuro (Rabbit) to the Rescue. Thank you so much for spending time with me today, Anna.
"You're welcome, Deanie. I'm happy to be here today."
l.Tell me a little about yourself:
My name is Anna Tshekeche. I was born in a small, rural town in Zimbabwe. My…
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"This morning I have the tremendous honor of interviewing award-winning children's author, Carla Burke." "Welcome, Carla and thank you so much for spending time with me today."
"Thank you, Deanie. I'm happy to be with you."
1. Tell us about why you decided to become a children's author? I decided to become a children's books author after my second child was born and I'd felt like I'd read every story out there to…Continue
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Having great reviews on my first non-fiction book.
It's an important subject, especially as the country move into implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
5.0 out of 5 stars A MEDICAL EXPERT'S TAKE ON THE PATIENT--DOCTOR RELATIONSHIP MAKES FOR INFORMED, YET LIGHTHEARTED,…Continue
Added by Lawrence W. Gold, M.D. on May 31, 2013 at 2:27pm — No Comments
Deanie Humphrys-Dunne has been nominated for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award by talented author, S. Katherine Anthony! Deanie is extremely grateful to S. Katherine for the nomination. Thank you again, S. Katherine!…Continue
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Imagine that you've finally finished your manuscript or magazine article. You've edited until you were bleary-eyed, looking for typing errors, sloppy sentence structure, and redundant words, just for starters. But now you need to find a market for your masterpiece. It's time to create a query letter that will captivate the editor. How do you do that?
Deanie Humphrys-Dunne's endearing children's tale, Charlie the Horse, is now on Kindle! You can find it here:…Continue
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At first we think of the horror and chaos & the fear among the crowds of people. We think of the 23 victims hurt and two who lost their lives. Then the anguish and frustration begins with the one question that we will probably never get an answer to, WHY?
My Prayers go out to all those involved in the terrifying situation that affected so many lives. More important, on this very sad day, I continue to Pray for 'World Peace!' It seems that every few…Continue
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Above is the link for the Kindle version of Charlene the Star and Hattie's Heroes. You can find out more about the book by visiting my blog: www.dhdunne.blogspot.com.
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You may know I grew up at a riding school so my dad taught us lots of interesting facts about horses. For example, how do you know if a horse has a good disposition? Do you know the answer? You study their eyes. It was always the first thing our dad did when he was considering buying a horse. If the horse had large, expressive eyes, it was off to a good start. If he had small eyes, it signaled a nasty disposition. Small eyes are called, "pig eyes." Any horse with them wouldn't be getting a…Continue
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Below is the summary and excerpt of my eBook, "Countdown to a Kiss" now available on Amazon (Kindle) and Barnes and Noble (Nook). Also below is the video trailer for the book. Enjoy!
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Hey peeps. I have a new eBook ready. See summary and excerpt below.
After a must needed vacation, travel writer, Sunny Carlisle stumbles upon Jaden "Boss" Wright, a filmmaker, stranded on the side of the road.…
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Tortured Memory, a psychological mystery was just released in print and on Kindle.
Dr. Abbie Adler had chosen general, child, and adolescent psychiatrist to treat sexually abused girls. As a victim of such abuse herself, Abbie’s insights make her an effective therapist. In addition, her practice includes adult patients and provides group and individual therapy for a broad range of psychiatric problems including…Continue
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If you’re a children’s author, you may struggle when you try to decide on the theme for your story. Maybe you’re not sure exactly what a theme is. It’s the lesson you want your readers to remember and ponder throughout the story. The theme will be repeated several times throughout the book. Your choice of the theme is important because it can help children develop character. Here are a few suggestions.
• Sportsmanship, even if you don’t win-When I was a little girl…
Everyone is looking for a magic ingredient; something that will lead to accomplishing your goal, whether it’s achieving your dream of becoming a published author or something else. We don’t always find easy answers, but rest assured there are essential ingredients you need that will lead you on your path to victory. Let’s explore what they are.
• Find your passion-No matter what your dreams are, you need to do some thinking to discover…Continue
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Some books help to change our lives. If you value your future then consider the wisdom that shines through the pages of this book. Here are a couple of passages that I hope will make you sit up and think.
** Sky Tinted Water ** (Christian Mystery Series) Book 1
Three new reviews in on Amazon!
"Romance, humor, conflict, and action. Can't wait for the sequel!" 5 Stars…Continue
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Many authors wonder if children’s authors need an agent. Are the agents actually helpful? What exactly would they do? It’s not surprising that we wonder when we need an agent, or whether we need one at all. That’s what we’re going to discuss today.
When you don’t need an agent:
• Imagine you’ve got a fantastic idea for your children’s story, but you haven’t written it yet.
• If you’re working on your book, but it’s not complete. You’re not ready for an agent.
• If you…