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Gift This: Now Or With Your Forthcoming Gift Cards (As Applicable)

It’s the holiday season and therefore a good time to support fellow writers. A few of my students have written ebooks that might speak to someone on your holiday shopping list.

I highly recommend them all!

Late-Onset Hearing Loss: A Parent’s Perspective of What to Do When Your Child is Diagnosed by Krysty Krywko

Reader response:

While reading your book I cried, because I wish someone would have spoken to me the way you speak through these lines. I can imagine that reading it when I received all the news about my daughter would have been like having a true friend by my side.

It would have allowed me my own emotions and given me the assurance that I was a good parent. For the parents who read your book it will be a different story. Reading what you had to say is making me feel differently about myself now.  Thank you so much!

~ Ketty Nazario, mother to child diagnosed with late onset hearing loss

More info and about Krysty Krywko.

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Ready, Set, Sleep: 50 Ways to Help Your Child Sleep, So You Can Sleep Too by Malia Jacobson

Reader response:

Two days after I bought Ready, Set, Sleep, my 11 month old son just slept through the night for the FIRST time! I couldn’t be happier! This e-book is full of practical easy to follow information, for new parents or those who just need a “refresher” on sleep. Useful, relevant, and informative!

~ Michelle Armstrong, mom of two

More info and about Malia Jacobson.

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Mother-Daughter Book Club Meeting Planner Guides: Collection One by Cindy Hudson

Reader response:

The meeting planner was a lifesaver. I work outside of the home full time and have 3 kids 10 years and under, so I don’t have a lot of time on my hands to think up good questions or activities. The questions in the meeting planner were at the right age level, specific to the story, and fun to answer (i.e. none of them made the girls feel like this was work).

~ Amber H., Huntington Beach, California

More info and about Cindy Hudson

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What To Expect From Your Adopted Tween by Judy M. Miller

Reader response:

As an adoptee, I wish What To Expect From Your Adopted Tween had been available to my adoptive parents when I was an adolescent. I am recommending it to everyone I know who has, or will have an adopted child in their lives.”

~ Linda Hoye

More info about Judy M. Miller

Thanks for spreading the word about these wonderful ebooks! 🙂

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