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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

The Author's Life with Kerin Bellak-Adams

Welcome to Day 2 of the 6-day virtual tour for my new book AD/HD Success! Solutions for Boosting Self-Esteem The Diary Method Ages 7-17.

Actually, I have been writing since I was a teenager. I have more than sixty poems, some of which well-known writers have encouraged me to put into a book. Just like the country singer, Taylor Swift--the one with the long blond hair who writes songs based on her experiences in life--so it is true with me. I also am a highly visually-oriented person. This means that I like to think about visual experiences I have had and put down in this book for the younger reader, funny pictures about that support the diary pages in my book.


Find out more about the book and read some sample pages at http://www.reachbeyondadd.com/. Also, don't forget to visit the National Writing for Children Center http://www.writingforchildrencenter.com/, where my book is showcased all this month. You can listen to my recent interview on Book Bites for Kids http://www.bookbitesforkids.com/ there, plus find out what people are saying about my book.

Follow Day 3 of my tour tomorrow at http://www.melangeofcultures.wordpress.com/. Leave a comment every day of my tour and your name will automatically be entered to win a Gift Box Bundle - filled with books and other goodies - at the end of the month, provided by the National Writing for Children Center http://www.writingforchildrencenter.com/.


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Best wishes,
Donna M. McDine
Award-winning Children's Author
The Golden Pathway ~ August 2010 ~ Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc.
http://www.guardianangelpublishing.com/

6 comments:

  1. Hi Kerin:

    It's a pleasure hosting you today. Your background and expertise is fascinating.

    Best wishes,
    Donna

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  2. Thanks for sharing this about yourself, Kerin. I'm also a very visually oriented person.

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  3. This sounds like a book that would have been good to have around when my brother was little.

    Wishing you the best,

    Cheryl

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  4. I'm a visually oriented person myself so I can relate! Great post!

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  5. Wow! I am very impressed! Thanks for sharing.

    Warmly,
    Nicole Weaver
    http://marieandherfriendtheseaturtle.blogspot.com

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  6. It's nice to learn about new people and their journeys in life. I'm a visual person in that my stories actually roll in my head like a movie as I create them. If I can't "see" it, I can't write it!
    Margay

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Thank for you taking the time out to visit with me and to learn about my writing career.

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I look forward to visiting you too.