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interviewing Author Donna E. Lane

interviewing Author Donna E. Lane  
when did you decide you were going to write a book?
A.  My first book is called Restored Christianity.  It was birthed from conversations with my oldest son, Hayden Lane, about struggles we were having reconciling what we saw in Scripture with what the church was teaching. Generally accepted common beliefs didn't match the teachings of Jesus or the writings of Paul. After a few years of conversation, we decided to do something about it. Restored Christianity is our attempt to nail "95 Theses" to the door of the church (a la Martin Luther) to challenge these common beliefs and restore the original teachings of Christianity
Q.2 how did you come up with the name of your books 
A. Usually, the names arise from the content and focus of the book, whatever that might be. I write both fiction and nonfiction and different genres, so my titles are very reflective of the content.
 Q3. what are you working on now for 20 18?
A. I am currently writing a …

Reading can take you on adventure

The Books I got at the library today


Books can take you on A adventure 
when I was little my mom had my sisters and I read we loved to read we would like reading fancy nancy. Junie B Jones. and more can't remember all of them we were always reading every day in our rooms. outside on the porch. anywhere really.
When I got older I was not really into reading much anymore I loved just watching movies but I really got excited about reading again when I started doing book reviews I love going to my public library I would get books but never read them lol.
Know I can't wait put a good book down and I enjoy reading A good book and doing a book review on it The reason I am doing this blog post is that I would like to show you how books can take you on an adventure and how reading is good for you.
Reading can take you on an Adventure By helping the prince fight the dragon to save the princess or by helping the prince save the princess from the dragon and the danger.
When you pick up a book …

Interviewing Author Dennis Knapp

Interviewing Author Dennis Knapp
Q.1 when did you decide you were going to write a book?
A. My educational company The Medieval Dude works with schools to provide educational experiences that engage the person or learner with replicas and artifacts from the medieval era. In my home state of California, 7th-grade classrooms are where I do most of my educational presentations. Alfred’s Dragon is my way of reaching a younger audience. The story answers a question I get often when I visit schools: were dragon real? 
Q.2 how did you come up with the name of your books 
A. The story answers a question I get asked often when I visit schools: were dragon real? I thought this question would a perfect question to answer in a children’s book. The name comes from the main character Alfred. He has an experience that with what he believes is a dragon. 
Q. 3 what are you working on now for 2018?
A. I am working on promoting Alfred’s Dragon. I also have three other stories in development using the same fam…