Teen authors David & Laura Lee (Inspire us to write)

David T. Lee (15 year-old of 5 books, published a 4,500-word sci-fi at 7); Laura T. Lee (13 year-old of 2 novels, published a 62,000-word novel at 10)

FREE Kindle for Laura’s 2nd YA novel this week

🎁 FREE Kindle (Jan 28 to Feb 1) | Cost $0.00 | Own & share it | Please leave review(s) to support the author Title: The Risen (YA novel, 206 pages, Age Level: 10+, Grade Level: 5+) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B2GZ6FM Summary of the story: Cerys, a Fire sorceress and Lieutenant to Queen Matilda, faces a coming war […]

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Kicking off the Holiday Season at the St. Mary’s Holly Fair!

Saturday and Sunday’s Holly Fair at the St. Mary’s School was a blast! My sister and I had a wonderful chance to talk to so many people, especially families who came to attend the Church’s Sunday services. A long 14 hours of book promotion in 2 days rewarded us with plentiful sales. Many vendors were […]

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Great time at the Shrewsbury Public Library’s Local Author Showcase!

Last week, my sister and I sold books at the Shrewsbury Public Library’s Local Author Showcase. The lineup of authors included many familiar faces along with new ones. We had a great time talking to customers and conversing with the other writers (plus, there were quite a few costumed characters)! Here are the photos: Bye! […]

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My sister Laura’s DEBUT NOVEL!

Hope you’ve had a great summer so far! My sister Laura (who is ten years old) officially published her FIRST BOOK! The 63,000 word novel, titled “Two Worlds”, is available on Amazon.com in both paperback ($15.99) and Kindle ($0.99 for a limited time!)! Here is the summary of the story: Fifteen-year-old Lily Claire isn’t a […]

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“Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Old School” shows flimsy storyline and lacks good humor

Howdy everyone! Recently, I read the newest installment in the acclaimed Wimpy Kid series (titled “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Old School)! In the cartoon-filled novel, Greg Heffley (the main character) has to go “old school” after his town starts a ban on all electronics. Although the cartoons are cute and hilarious, the jokes lack […]

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