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Don’t Miss the Exciting Changes at the SFC: Families Matter Blog

September 2010 is almost behind us. Time certainly moves quickly, especially when Stories for Children Publishing, LLC brings on a new SFC Blog Team, schedules events in advance and opens the Families Matter blog to submissions. That’s right! In an effort to keep new and exciting information at the forefront, Owner & Founder VS Grenier, along with new Blog Editor, Terri Forehand and Blog Interviewer D.M. Cunningham, continue to research and present wonderful events, feature guest interviews and instructional tips from the educational writers at Stories for Children Publishing, LLC.
Along with content written by members of the SFC blog editorial team and SFC publishing team, Grenier has announced she is opening some of the monthly columns of the SFC blog Families Matter to submissions. “We feel this is a great way for those seeking publication to build their writing resume and for parents, educators and those interested in helping families to submit material our readers would be int…

Article Wed: Using Twitter for Marketing on the Internet

Today September 27th at 8PM CST - 9PM EST - 6 PM CPST--AGood Story is A Good Story

Our guest is Chery Malandrinos.She's an expert on Book tours which is one the best ways to get your book noticed. Cheryl will be talking about PUMP UP YOU BOOK and her website is http://www.pumpupyourbook.com/

Cheryl is also an author and her new book, LITTLE SHEPPERD has just recently been released. Adding to the fun will be Virginia Grenier's take on writing and some of the new additions to the show will be a weekly event called My Family Does Crazy, by Freda Roberts. This segment will be funnier than you can imagine. We will also have a new movie review segment by Marsha Cook who will review the new movie WALLSTREET by Oliver Stone. 

Join in the fun either by phone or online ...call in number is (646) 595-4478 We will also be discussing where BESSE THE BUS is off to and where she's been.

link to show
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rrradio/2010/09/28/rr-tracks--a-good-story-is-a-good-story

Great Books for Kids by J. Aday Kennedy

Sorry everyone I didn't get this up over the weekend. My five year old had the stomach flu and so I'm sure you all know where I spent most of my time. She's feeling much better today and luckily the baby seems to have missed catching her older sisters sickness. 
Well I wanted to share you all J. Aday Kennedy's books. I have really enjoyed them and I think you will too even if you don't have little ones at home. One thing that has helped improve my writing is not only talking with other writers and taking workshops . . . but also reading books by those I've come to admire. You not only learn the basics of writing, but about the style each writer has.

Klutzy Kantor
by J. Aday Kennedy, Illustrated by Jack Foster
13: 978-1-61633-051-4      Klutzy Kantor Print
13: 978-1-61633-052-1      Klutzy Kantor eBook $10.95 print $ 5.95 ebook Available April 2010 Everyday Kantor Pegasus practices solving riddles. A tricky leprechaun attempts to outsmart him by giving him a next to im…

Interview Friday with J. Aday Kennedy