I was watching Dateline Sunday night when we got home from church. A man had been accused of killing his wife. They were a Christian family, attending church faithfully, the children involved in youth activities, their mother in ladies' Bible study groups. The couple had been married for about twenty years. The oldest child was in high … Continue reading When The Embers Die
Great advice for child development and parents spending time with their kids. Also important info for developing a child’s imagination and a love of all forms of literature. Thanks for sharing. Reblogged from https://nicholasrossis.wordpress.com
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Easy Tips For Building The Best Home Library For Your Kids
Books definitely were an enjoyable and joyful part of our childhood and many of us still hold onto our childhood collections. However, technology has advanced today from books to online reading platforms. It’s a more convenient option to search for reading materials online.
So, is it possible for our children experience the ecstasy of getting lost at Book-land? Read on for simple ways to build a home library for your kids for this to actually happen!
What Books will you Choose?
It’s important to choose the correct books for your inbuilt library. You obviously want your children to make the best of it. Here…
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Loved “Reactance.” Need to earn some money from my writing so I can buy more books. Next on my list is “Apparent Power” by Dacia Arnold. If I could craft fiction as well as she does I’d be on my way to being a best-selling author. In my opinion, Dacia will hit that mark within the next two years. She’s that good.
Dacia M. Arnold is a Colorado-based author who’s been hard at work on an adult dystopian trilogy that takes place in post-apocalyptic Denver. The first in the series, Apparent Power, is due out in December from Immortal Works Press. It’s also Dacia’s first full-length novel!
Be sure to get on Dacia’s mailing list to be the first in line for the big launch, and you’ll also get updates on Shifting Power, the sequel planned for a fall 2019 release.
But first, the appetizer. Reactance is the thrilling novella that kicks off the DiaZem series, and the premise is positively electrifying:
When a dormant gene awakens in a quarter of the world’s population, conductors of electricity are at the mercy of the DiaZem who rule over them. After her father is killed in a thwarted plan to eradicate the population without the conductor gene, Sasha Bowman channels her bitterness…
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