I'm very excited primarily about the challenge of completing a novel in one month, particularly since I've written¬† novels; the most recent took me two years to complete. Since I have 2 other full time jobs (mom & teacher), I usually write on weekends (when I have time), then go into full-on creative mode during... Continue Reading →



I'm not quite not sure how one teaches character or builds it. I think being a good role model is the best way to teach character-- by being kind, selfless, compassionate, empathetic. Building character seems to come more from overcoming obstacles-- personal tests of morality and emotion. Ryan- In Ryan's senior year of high school,... Continue Reading →

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