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Writing in More than one Genre – C...

All my life I’ve had varied interests. I began to write stories at the age of ten, I chose art at the age of fourteen. By the time I was in my twenties I was a graphic designer, and then studied programming, website development and marketing. Recently, I completed my college education with a Masters in Computer Science. I’m learning mobile application development, and that was just last week. I constructed four Android applications in one week. This is fun for me.  Today, I have expanded my knowledge on poultry. That leaves me with a smorgasbord of knowledge,...
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Art + Writing + Design = My Story

I’m working on the cover for my newest novel “The Illuminiers.” This is my illustration of my main character, Morgan Fey Achron. Drawing is a great diversion from endless editing, and it allows me to add art into my written works. I’m not sure if I would ever be able to release the creative reigns of my project to a team of designers. Since I’ve been a graphic and web designer for over a decade, and an artist/writer since about the age of ten, adding my own visual interpretations to a story I’ve written comes natural to me. It’s...
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Nobody Can Take My Happy Away by Jessica...

A Confidence Builder for Kids! Nobody Can Take My Happy Away by Jessica Arnold A book with a positive message about bullying written for kids (and adults too) by a kid!Emily is the new girl at school. She learns quickly that her first day at a new school isn’t going to go the way she expected. She gets teased about her appearance among other things. At first, Emily thinks that there is something wrong with her, and wonders if there is something she can fix about herself to get the other kids to stop teasing. She soon learns that the problem isn’t her,...
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Give Friendship a Chance by Lisa Arnold

Polly is happy to begin school in a new town. She can’t wait to meet everyone and make some friends. Her first day gets a little rough when she meets Melissa, a girl with a chip on her shoulder. She teases her in class and yells at her. Does she really need Melissa’s friendship at all? Polly would rather be friends than enemies, but how can she convince Melissa to give friendship a chance? Written and illustrated by Lisa Arnold. 4 Oak...
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A Children’s Fiction Title About L...

Sassy Catt Acts Bad by Patricia Arnold and Lisa Arnold Sassy Cat has a little brother named Junior. Even though Junior Cat is just a kitten, Sassy wishes he would act good! One day, she gets an idea to act just like Junior, doing all the things that she thinks that her brother would do. Eventually, Sassy learns that she really just needs to have some patience with her sibling and that Junior really just wants to spend time with her. She learns that having a little brother can be fun and she can be a sister that Junior can look up to. Children will identify with Sassy and...