Fill your Easter Baskets with Sweet Sisters and Munchie Mysteries!

Why let your children or grandchildren get cavities? Fill their Easter Baskets with Faith, Fun, and Reading! Meet the Sisters of the Last Straw, a community of Sisters working hard to overcome their bad habits. Join these lovable misfit nuns as they learn to love God and forgive one another. Can a leaking roof be the end of the Sisters of the Last Straw? Who stole the eggs for the Easter Egg Hunt? Will the Sisters solve the mystery of the missing coin in time for Easter? Order The Sisters of the Last Straw, The Case of the Easter Egg Escapades at https://www.tanbooks.com/sisters-of-the-last-straw-vol-6-the-case-of-the-easter-egg-escapades.html?___SID=U Find out more about the author at www.k

New Book Arrived!

The new books arrived. Book #6 of the series, The Case of the Easter Egg Escapades, came in a brown box on my front porch. It never gets old. The first sight of my work in book form fills me with a sense of joy! I am doing what I always dreamed of, writing. The thrill of seeing my work in finished form gives me a great sense of accomplishment. Even better! The knowledge of the fun it will give my little fans and the moral lessons it will teach through humor is exciting. Each book has new adventures for the Sisters of the Last Straw. In this book the mystery involves a missing coin, bunnies in the backyard, and a need to save the home the Sisters love so much. If you haven't met them come a

Monday Musings - Let's create our characters

I have decided to spend the next few weeks sharing my thoughts on character creation. Writers tend to concentrate on plot, language, and style. All of these are important, but without interesting, distinctive, and sympathetic characters you will lose your readers. After all, the story you are telling is about people, people who are as unique as those in your life. Do not shortchange your readers. I may forget part of a plot, or an interesting quote, but I never forget a character that I have learned to love or hate. Character Creation– There are two main methods that novelists use: 1) Some create a story, a plot. Once they have an outline or plan for the story they want to tell, the writer

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