Hello everyone. 🙂 Welcome to my new look blog. Do let me know what you think of the new design, I worked hard to get it all in place. PHEW! For those of you here for my Celebration post, drop to the bottom. 🙂
First today, I’m hoping a parents of younger fantasy readers will stop by and take advantage of this great offer while it lasts. This fantasy book for children if on offer between 10th-17th May for only 99c!!
A great fantasy chapter book for kids that their parents will enjoy reading with them.
“Jala and the Wolves is a wonderful, fantastical story full of suspense to captivate its readers. ”
“The unique plot line is what holds your attention, but what is most important is the underlying messages sprinkled throughout the story. ”
“This is a great book for adults to read to children, or young readers could also read the book on their own. ”
Marti Dumas is a native New Orleanian with a passion for storytelling. When she is not teaching or parenting, she is reading or writing. She prefers to do some combination of the above within view of ancient oak trees or the banks of the river. Or both.
Do you have a small person who loves fantasy? What are you waiting for? The price returns to $3.01 close of 17th May!
Enjoy this book trailer!
Celebrate the Small Things. To be part of this blog hop, all you have to do is put your name on the linky list on Lexa’s Blog, and then post every Friday about something you’re grateful for that week. It can be about writing or family or school or general life. This is the funnest and easiest blog hop ever! (Originated by VikLit)
This is also my Celebration post. I’m celebrating my new blog theme because I’m loving it!
I love that it is cleaner, more organised (which I am not) and well earned (it took almost two whole days out of my writing time to build/transfer!).
What are your thoughts, I’m eager to know?
Also, Lexa Cain expressed issues with the previous commenting system so I removed all plugins re-commenting and went back to WordPress original. It’s clunky, but hopefully everyone can comment now? Email me using the comment page if you also have issues. I’ve tried different systems but there’s always someone who can’t comment. Grrr! Either that, or the system rubs another plugin or two up the wrong way, and my blog starts misbehaving.
*Suggestions for the best commenting system are welcome. Here’s the linky to find the other Celebrators!
Before you go, another reminder about the featured book!