"Content Review is my favorite part of writing" said no author ever!


Yes, I have been up for a couple of hours and no I don't think I'm getting too much sleep nowadays. There's so much going on and it's all fulfilling so I am happy!

Quick request- if you have a copy / copies of the book, "3,585 Miles to be an American Girl" please go to Amazon and leave the book a rating.  3,585 Miles to be an American Girl by Nury Castillo Crawford https://www.amazon.com/dp/099939780X/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_u.HnBbN7GVX2V via @amazon


In addition, if you've not voted for the book, I would sincerely appreciate it.  Here's the link for the Author Academy Awards link https://authoracademyawards.com/


I've spent this week working on content review for my second book... here's a hint > It is about parental involvement.  If you know me well you already know that I am passionate about parental involvement. Content review is not my favorite part of writing nor do I think remotely is anyone's favorite time when writing.  I do believe it is a challenging time for students too.  As a student in class, it's almost not fair... the pressure to review your writing in a specific time frame... ugh! What about writer's block? Oh and what about if the teacher doesn't implement at least one peer to read it over for you? Yeah- I think that actually needs to be taken into consideration.  Writing takes time, it probably needs to be part of a homework assignment/project based task so that it can be done correctly. That's my two cents :) 


Tomorrow I will be at Walls of Books in Watkinsville, GA and July 7 I will be at Avid Bookshop in Athens, GA.  I hope to see you there.


This evening I will be at the Butterfly Making Party in Norcross... it's a family event.  See you there!




















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