In this episode, I share a piece of advice about the importance of unfocused time. And as a bonus, there’s a 5-minute audio clip from my children’s book, A Day For The Animals, narrated by voice artist, Talita Jolene.** If you are a book reviewer and would like a free audiobook, please contact me!
YAY! The audiobooks for A Day for the Animals and Final Harvest, Book One of Finding Home series are now available on Amazon, Audible and iTunes. Charlotte’s Revenge and Milo’s Journey are in production. It’s amazing how a story comes alive through the voice of a narrator. I think the ladies did an outstanding job! Click on the image to listen on Audible.com. And, tell me what you think!
Made some new friends and shared a chapter A Day For The Animals at the Jackson (Mississippi) Book Festival today. Check out the replay on their Facebook page
I will be reading during the Black History Spotlight event sponsored by the American Literacy Corporation, Reading 360. The event will be streamed on their Facebook page on Saturday, February 3, 2021 from 10am to 4pm Eastern. Please join us! Here are the details:
On Saturday, February 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the American Literacy Corporation has scheduled six hours featuring African American authors to share and discuss their books. EXCITING!!!! Each author will have about 15 minutes to read their book and talk about their journey in becoming an author. This effort is a part of Reading 365. The public can ask questions and purchase books during the reading or after.