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Welcome to Spring!

Can you believe how quickly time flies? We're already nearing the end of March! They say time flies when you're having fun, and with the progress on my latest story and the flood of ideas for many more, it's safe to say I'm enjoying myself.


Speaking of stories, I've stumbled upon some real treasures lately that I absolutely have to share. Seriously, you've got to check out A.F. Steadman's totally gripping "Skandar," Amy Sparkes's super enchanting "The House at the Edge of Magic," and don't even get me started on the mind-blowing brilliance of David Farr's "The Book of Stolen Dreams."


So, what is it  is it about MG novels that draws me in so much, you might wonder? Well, despite being "older than 21" (just a tad!), I find myself continually captivated by the power of MG literature. These books not only entertain but also educate and inspire in ways that resonate deeply with readers of all ages.


One of the coolest things about MG is how they give us relatable role models. These characters are going through all the same stuff as young people of today – navigating the crazy world of growing up, while offering valuable lessons and insights, planting seeds of empathy and understanding to contribute to building a better society for the next generation.


We, as authors have an important job to do, instilling the values of kindness and integrity, to help shape the moral compass of young minds. MG literature serves as a powerful tool in this regard, fostering critical thinking, and a sense of wonder that can inspire positive change in the world.


So, here's to the magic of MG novels and the enduring impact they have on readers of all ages. Let's continue to celebrate and champion these stories that entertain, educate, and inspire us all.


Happy reading! X





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