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Book review: nathaniel english in king of video game written by michelle person

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Book review: Nathaniel English in the king of video game written by Michelle person 

I really liked this book it is cute it reminded me of my childhood when I and my sisters used to play video games my mom would set the timer on for 30 minutes then its the next sisters turn.

This book is great it is very educational and teaches history I would highly recommend this book to any parents grandparents and teachers. 

This book would be great in a classroom library or on your child's bookshelf this is a great book for all ages young and old.

The author did an amazing Job with this story and The pictures are beautiful the illustrator did an amazing job.

I can see this being a great history lesson for kids.

The little boy in the story wants to be a winner in a video game and did not what to go to bed so he asked his mom if he could stay up just a little bit longer after the game is mom read the story about mansa musa.

I just loved this little book it is easy to read …

interviewing children's author Shawn Robinson

Here is Children's Author Shawn Robinson I had the privilege of interviewing him on my blog. He is a pastor at his church He also asked me to review his book be looking for that on the blog too.



Q1. when did you decide you were going to write a book?

A. I’ve actually wanted to write books for years, but it was always one of those, “I’d like to do that someday” kind of things.  I never got around to it.  I was always too busy, and it seemed like a lot of work.
Everything changed for me when I was rushed to the hospital one day by ambulance and, a few days later, found myself in an isolation room in the hospital with a viral infection in my brain.  I didn’t know if I would live or die (spoiler alert, I lived), but as I lay there, I decided to write a bedtime story for my sons.  The story grew chapter by chapter and turned into a full-length novel.  As I shared it around, I found it was extremely well received, and I was encouraged to get it published.
During my recovery, I wrote the sequ…

Interviewing children's book author jude lennon

Here is Children's author Jude Lennon I had the privilege of interviewing Her on my blog.  
Q1. when did you decide you were going to write a book?
A. I was an Early Years (Kindergarten) teacher for 18 years so I was always writing. When I set up my storytelling business I told one of the stories I'd made up and a little boy asked me if I could put it in a book. The rest, as they say, is history...
Q2. how did you come up with the name of your books
A. Sometimes thinking of the title is the hardest bit. The Lamby series was easy as I knew Lamby or Flossie's name needed to be in the title. Some of them I've asked readers to help with ideas.
Q3.what are you working on now for 2018?
A.  I've just released Lamby goes Camping which got to no 2 in its Amazon category chart. This book features my lamb mascots and my VW campervan Buttercup. I'm also working on the second Awesome About Autism book with Hal's Books. And towards Christmas, I aim to release a collection of s…

Interviewing children's author krystal fernandes

Here is Krystal Fernandes She is a children's author and I had the privilege of interviewing Her On my blog.  
Q1.when did you decide you were going to write a book?
A. Honestly, I have been writing stories since I was about 11-years-old. It was only until about a few years ago that I decided, “You know what? I want to share them with the world.” And I did just that!
Q2. How did you come up with the name of your books?
A. I came up with the themes first and then just started writing. After the story started coming together, that’s usually when I get the idea of what my title should be. If I really get stumped, I’ll ask my husband for his input too. He’s been quite helpful. 
Q3. What are you working on now for 2018?
A.Excitingly enough, my first book “Jasper the Bold(ish)” is set to come out this Summer! I have a couple other titles and books up my sleeve though. One is almost complete, so maybe you’ll see in by 2019.
Q4.How long have you been writing?
A.I have been writing for enjoyment s…

interviewing children's author Fiona faith Ross

This is Children's Book author Fiona Faith Ross. She is Also a screenwriter and I am so happy I got to interview Her.

Q 1. when did you decide you were going to write a book?
A. I have two books on the go at any one time. This year I got one highly polished for publication.
Q2.  how did you come up with the name of your books?
A. The names are usually related to the main character or a theme I am exploring. FLAT SQUIRREL is about Duggan, a flying squirrel. They're already kinda "flat" when they fly, but the name also hints at the theme, which is when life flattens people, they get up and try again. That's the idea, anyway.
Q3.   what are you working on now for 20 18?
A. I'm also a screenwriter. I'm working on an adventure in ancient Egypt and also on FLAT SQUIRREL 2. These are both the novels and screenplay formats.
Q4.  how long have you been writing?
A. Ten years full time, and part-time all my life.

Q5. What advice would you give other authors?
A. Write somethin…