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I edited a diabetes education guide that won a Writer's Digest first place award for self-published books (reference category). I have also written and edited numerous magazine articles on artists, business, farming, health, religion and other topics.
My own non-fiction book, How to Prepare Your Young Child for Success in School, is free on Smashwords. It's short and simple, but there may be a few surprises--like the possible link between excessive TV watching and autism, and a key to delaying symptoms of Alzheimer's.
But I love stories, too! When our children were little I was the story lady during the morning church service, and much later I volunteered to read stories at our local day care. And I taught English as a Second Language to adults for years with stories as a mainstay.
When our full-time ESL program closed, a new door opened into the community of Scissortown and other places in Storyland . . . the worlds I’m exploring with my grandchildren, Tommy and Tina. Scissortown, my first ever picture book for children, is due to be released in early 2014.