Author Archives: thedunnes12@att.net

About thedunnes12@att.net

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne is an award-winning children's book author with 5 books published: Tails of Sweetbrier, Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, Charlene the Star and Hattie's Heroes, and Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog. Tails of Sweetbrier has won such awards as: The Reader's Favorite silver medal, honorable mention in the Purple Dragonfly Award, and the silver medal in the Feathered Quill book awards. In addition Deanie has won an author award for all of her books, called "50 Great Books You Should Be Reading." All of Deanie's books are beautifully illustrated by her sister, Holly Humphrys-Bajaj. Each book conveys positive messages for children.

Children’s books:Believe in yourself


If you’re dreaming of writing children’s books, you must believe in yourself and your abilities. If you’re not sure of […]

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Kid’s books: Trust your intuition


When you write kid’s books you should trust your intuitions. If you listen to your inner voice, you’re usually right. […]

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Good Children’s books: Try new things


Suppose your dream is to write good children’s books, but you’ve tried and failed. Maybe you can find a different […]

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Non-fiction books for kids:Move forward


What if you want to write non-fiction books for kids, but you’ve lost motivation? You’re stuck in one place. How […]

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good children’s books: Covers aren’t everything


Good children’s books usually have bright, colorful covers that attract young readers. But sometimes you might put a little too […]

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children’s books: Fear is the enemy


  Let’s imagine that you want to write  children’s  books. Fear of  unfavorable comments can discourage us from presenting our […]

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Non fiction books for kids: attitude matters


When you write non-fiction  books for kids, attitude matters. Why do  I say that? If you moan and complain about […]

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children’s books:Use your experiences


What should you do if you want to write children’s books,but you can’t think of an idea? One thing you […]

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Good kid’s books: need imperfect characters


When you create good kid’s books, you need imperfect characters. Would kids connect with characters who were imperfect? Yes, because […]

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Great kid’s books: Never give up on your dreams


If you want to write great kid’s books, you must never give up on your dream. You may think the […]

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