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My favorite Scentsy Lady

My favorite Scentsy LadyHI, I would like to introduce Savannah She is my favorite Scentsy lady to go to she is kind and answers every question I ask. 

She started selling Scentsy After she graduated in 2018 she has loved it and her dream is to make enough money to go to the Scentsy family reunion and meet other wonderful Scentsy friends. 
Savannah Has a Loving heart and would love to make your home feel like home by helping you find the right tarts and warmers that fit your home decor and your personality And if you are not a tart person Scentsy also sells oils now and oil diffusers, she can also help you find the right oils for you questions you have please ask Savannah I will post her links below. 
Savannah used her own graduation money to start her Scentsy business she is a woman that is strong, powerful and learned how to follow her dreams in becoming a Scentsy lady she is showing all people if you follow your dreams and you work for it anything is possible. 

I got my first Scentsy or…

Interviewing Author Janet Apolinario Mota

Interviewing Author Janet Apolinario MotaQ1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read? 
A. I'm happily married and have 2 children, 8 and 6. I work in the law during the day and write at night.  I love all romance books.  I love to cook and bake.  
Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?
A. I've always wanted to write a book.  I finally took the plunge.

Q3. How did you come up with the titles of your books?
A. Some were in dreams, others in the shower, driving, etc.  Pretty much everywhere.  I always have someplace to take notes.

Q4. Anything you're currently working in 2019?
A. 2 standalone novels.

Q5. How long have you been writing?
A. Since I was old enough to write. 


Q6.  What advice would you like to give to other authors?
A. Follow your dreams. Marketing is important
Q7. Where can we connect with you online?
A. www.facebook.com/janetamota 
www.instagram.com/janetmota1015 www.twitter.com/authorjanetmota
Q8. Do you plan on writing any more books in th…

Book Review: Ramone's Silver Rocket

Book Review: Ramone's Silver Rocket
Ramone’s Silver Rocket is such a cute book I loved the pictures and the story The title of the book is very cute as well how creative. 
When I was a kindergarten teachers Aide, I would read to the Children, this is a book I would have loved to read to them. 
This Cute little book would make a great gift for any child it is the perfect book to add to their book self your children would love for you to read this to them at night. 
Ramone’s Silver Rocket is a cute book that will fill your child’s imagination in any child that would love to go to the moon and be an astronaut. 
The author did an amazing job on this book;  The illustrations in this book are so cute and exquisite. 
Ramone’s Silver Rocket would be great in a classroom, library, or on your child’s bookshelf. 
I really enjoyed this book and how cute it was. 
This book would be great in a classroom for the teacher to read to the students in the classroom. 

I RECEIVED A COMPLIMENTARY COPY OF THE BOO…

Interviewing Author Ulanda A. Brinson

Interviewing Author  Ulanda A. Brinson

Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?


A. A bit about me: 
Born in 1983 to Apostle Dr. Samuel and Maxine Brinson. The eldest and only girl of five, I learned very early on that I had a passion for God and for helping, encouraging, and uplifting people. 


God has blessed me with many gifts and talents as a singer, songwriter, author, poet, speaker and much more. Over the years it has truly been my honor to serve others nationally and internationally, working with many churches, schools, groups, and organizations in helping and consulting and by assessing and creating plans for strategic restructuring to grow their impact and enrich lives.  


In my younger years, I was a massive reader, one of the top readers in my grade school, even becoming a part of the Mayor's book club. In more recent years, I have been more intentional about studying and creating than reading for pleasure. 


Q2. Where did the inspiration to write c…

Interviewing Author Kathleen L. Maher

Interviewing Author Kathleen L. Maher

Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?
A. Hi, Angel
Thank you so much for having me on your blog.
I’m a wife, mom, and grandma, or “Gigi” as my grandkids call me. I have too many pets, and I love to garden and paint. My favorite books have been historical romances, nonfiction, horse stories, history, inspirational nonfiction—a pretty broad sampling. 
Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?
A. In elementary school, I began to journal and had ideas for stories. I started my first full-length novel in 8th grade. But I have wanted to since before I could read and write.
Q3. How did you come up with the titles of your books?
A. Titles are really hard for me to decide on. I’ve had about five titles each for my stories until settling on a theme for the series—"Sons of the Shenandoah”, which helped me title the stories in it, The Abolitionist’s Daughter (released Aug 2018), The Chaplain’s Daughter (releasing 3/25/19), No …

Interviewing Author Renee Heiss

Interviewing Author Renee Heiss
Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?
A. I am a retired Family Consumer Sciences teacher, with a focus on Child Development.  I enjoy reading mysteries and adventure novels at night before going to bed.  However, during the day, I mostly read nonfiction – subjects that broaden my interests on any topic.  Almost all of my reading is done digitally.
Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?
A.  I found that many children become agitated while the parent is preparing dinner.  It’s the witching hour - They’re hungry, they’re getting no attention, and they can’t seem to find the right thing to occupy their time.  I decided that if kids had a designated task that helped with the preparation, life would be easier for everyone.  The key to the success of the Chef Cappy books is that each child has a designated task, which eliminates most arguments about whose turn it is to stir the biscuit batter!
Q3. How did you come up with the …