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Interviewing Author Maria Henriksen

Interviewing Author  Maria Henriksen Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read? A. I don't tend to reread books. However, as a substitute teacher for mainly high school and middle school students, I have reread The Outsiders which is one of my favorite novels. It was an assignment for HS students so I took the opportunity to reread it. Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from? A. Ever since I was a child I wanted to write. In fact, I wrote and illustrated books in third grade. It wasn't until about 10 years ago that I decided to write a novel. My novel took a few months to write. Over 2 years ago, I dusted it off the proverbial shelf to get it ready to be published. Q3. How did you come up with the titles of your books? A. My novel is a YA edgy Christian romance. I wanted a short catchy name and one that was in keeping with the storyline. Due to reoccurring themes in the novel, I decided to call it Not

Independent app review: The Best Bible App For Kids.

Picture Found On Google Independent app review:  The Best Bible App For Kids. Hey, Parents, I Would Like to Share This wonderful Bible App for Kids that you can download for free in your app store.   The Bible app for kids is new by youversion And it is completely free. This bible app had interactive adventures and animations kids got to have fun exploring the bible.  I got this info on the app page to show you all. easy, kid-friendly navigation  It has colorful illustrations  touch-activated animations  Engaging, interactive content that will bring the bible to life. Fun facts and activities designed to help kids remember what they have learned  special challenges that let kids earn rewards. Your kids will learn and have fun reading the bible and learning about God All in the fun Filled app. I like this app too I have been learning a lot from it I also have been enjoying playing the games on the app as well. I think this app could also