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Hi All! In case you missed it, earlier this week I announced on my Instagram page that I FINALLY have a release date for the hardcover version of ‘Sam Likes Jam’! Sam will be available on 9/1/2017 on Barnes and Noble.com! While I am ultimately very pleased with the final product, it was a long … Continue reading One Step Forward, Two Steps – Forward
Hi All, I hope you are enjoying your summer! My garden is in full swing, and our beach chairs are always ready to go. When I get a spare moment (Ha ha) I continue to work on the hardcover version of 'Sam Likes Jam'. I still don't have a release date yet. I am patiently … Continue reading Summer Updates!
Hey All, Aside from promoting my books, one of the reasons I am keeping this blog is to document the self-publishing (hopefully one-day traditional publishing) journey. I am still learning. I still have lots to learn, but rest assured everything I do learn, I will share with you. It is without further adieu I present to … Continue reading Missed Opportunity…
Hi All, I have a lot of updates to share with you so I am just going to get right into it. I’ve been busy planting my vegetable garden, clearing out flower beds, and working on illustrations for my second book. Also (BIG NEWS) my husband is building me a chicken coop!!! That’s right. I … Continue reading Winner winner chicken…COOP!
Announcing the news that my latest book, 'Go Play' is now available on Amazon.com!
What would you like readers to know about you?
I am a busy mom of two little boys. In many ways, I’m very much like Jennifer Temple, the MC inRed Picket Fences. We’re both out of shape moms who love true crime, as well as keeping chickens. However, unlike Jennifer, I love to cook, and I’m much more social and connected to my little neighborhood than she is.
What isRed Picket Fencesabout for those who haven’t read it?
The book is a cozy mystery set in a quaint small town in New Jersey. Jennifer Temple is a restless stay-at-home mom who binge watches anything related to true crime. When her two new neighbors perish in a housefire, she knows just enough about investigating to realize things aren’t what they seem. She stumbles upon clues that put her in the center of the investigation, and in the…
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by Michael Cristiano When it comes to writing, there is nothing more daunting than writing a novel. Okay, maybe attempting to write a saga of twelve novels is a little bit more daunting, but let’s stick to just one for now. In my opinion, writing a novel is a little more difficult than say […] via … Continue reading 4 Misconceptions About Writing a Novel — A Writer’s Path
Hey All! Things here have been very eventful, and I have a lot to share. First things first. I have another fun Friday post in the works, and I will likely get it out by next week. Secondly, I went to my very first writer’s conference and I am more determined than ever to continue … Continue reading Back At Square Two: Lessons Learned After Attending My First Writer’s Conference
Very interesting read... Especially for indie authors. https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/5610087
Hey All, It's a cold and rainy day here and the original project wanted to share with you calls for nice weather. Do not fret though! I have a fun little project that my guys and I tried, and in my opinion, a smaller version of this would make a great Mother's day gift. I … Continue reading #FunFriday Post #1: Painting With Cars
There are very few times in my day where I can just clear my head and think things through. Even if I am not with my kids, I am thinking about how to plan my day, what I need to do for work, what the kids have going on that day, ideas for my books, … Continue reading Lightbulb moment: I’ve been going about this all wrong.
Thank you so much for the kind words and feature on your blog!!
Adana here. Do you like Jam? I’ve never had it myself but it sounds really good. What’s your favorite flavor. Debbie tells me she loves fruit spread and her favorite flavor is Apricot and the best smell in the world is when you open a brand new jar of fruit spread.
I wonder if it is lovely as the smell of the flowers in my home, the Land of the Dragons?
Anyhow SAM LIKES JAM by Niki Morris is today’s featured picture book.
Meet Sam, and read all about his favorite food – JAM! ‘Sam Likes Jam’ is not only a fun and relatable story, it inspires children to think about and make their favorite foods. Getting your children to help in the kitchen will not only encourage them to try new foods, it may even ignite a love for cooking that will last a lifetime. Use the included…
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I need to vent. I know my situation isn't unique and honestly, I am confident that others are going through this. I am putting it out there so that others know they aren't alone. I just need to get this off my chest and I will move on... Here it goes: Being a self-published children's … Continue reading A little cheese with my whine…