The Mystery of the Disappearing Underpants- A Book Review

This sounds like such a cute story. I read some of the sample pages. My grandson might like it, but he’s 13 and it’s not really his genre, though I would rather have him reading this than what he does read. Lol. Reblogged from https://britestfyrefly.wordpress.com

Dacia M Arnold

This is a middle level reader for 3rd grade and up. You can purchase this chapter book HERE.

I loved this book. It is written as the secret spy log of three neighborhood kids trying to solve multiple mysteries. They end up getting into quite a bit of trouble along the way.

This book brought me back to the days of my childhood and the radical adventures my friends and I would send ourselves on. What I really loved was the ease of reading. The author alternates narrators between each member of the spy team, and it is incredibly fun and easy to keep up with.

As an American reader, I found that sometimes I was having to reread some lines to get a better grasp of what was happening or what the narrator meant, but I would 100% encourage my son to read this to expand his knowledge…

View original post 44 more words

Pitch Wars Update- A Writing About Writing

This is the beginning of launch steps for Dacia’s new book, Apparent Power. I am reblogging this post because she shares the right attitude to have about rejection and hard work. It’s great, and the best one to have if one is going to succeed. Reblogged from https://britestfyrefly.wordpress.com

Dacia M Arnold

“You can’t be brave if you’ve only had wonderful things happen to you.” -Mary Tyler Moore

Earlier this month I submitted my very first novel to PitchWars (HERE) in hopes of snagging a mentor that will help me shape it into the master piece that I see in my mind. Well, I did not get in. Which is fine. I am actually in the majority and did not take it very hard.

The day after submitting my first ten pages for consideration, I attended a writing conference (which I wrote about HERE). I was able to tweak my in person pitch, tighten my query letter, and found some very GLARING problems within the first few pages of my work and even some throughout.

These are VICTORIES for me. They are not setbacks. I knew I had a lot of work to do, but I also know that…

View original post 207 more words