Monthly Archives: August 2014

Great kid’s books: humility


No matter how many great kid’s books you create, it’s important to value humility. I love writing  kid’s books with […]

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Great kid’s books: determination


If you write great kid’s books, do you tend to quit when you run into difficulties? Maybe you can’t find […]

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Children’s author Deanie Humphrys-Dunne: finalist for the Clippa Awards!


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Children’s Book Author Deanie Humphrys-Dunne Announces ‘Tails Of Sweetbrier’ Is Finalist In CLIPPA Awards – See more […]

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Kid’s chapter books: role models


When you write kid’s chapter books, you want them to be the best you have to offer. No matter what […]

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Animal stories for kids: Follow your dreams


When I write animal stories for kids I want them to be remembered for a special message. Maybe I want […]

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children’s books:change lives


You can write children’s books to entertain, to educate, to introduce life lessons, or for most any reason. Whatever you […]

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kid’s books: new ideas and goals


When you write kid’s books you’re always looking for ideas. Your goal might be to write something funny, or a rhyming […]

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Kid’s chapter books: bullying


Have you ever written  kid’s chapter books about someone who didn’t fit in? Maybe your character was from a different […]

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