Posts Tagged ‘princess shayna’
The #1 Secret for Writing a Book!
Why write a book I find it fascinating that so many people are eager to know how an author writes a book. They are curious for many reason. Below are just a few: 1. They want to write a book. 2. They are thinking about writing a book. 3. They don’t know how to begin…Read more
“The Story of You” – An Exciting New Book to Help You Make Your Memories Last A Lifetime!
In my blog post, yesterday, I mention that readers would be learning more about an exciting new book that will help people capture their personal stories and family history and make their memories last a life time! Recently, Author John Bond published his second book that is entitled The Story of You: A Guide for Writing…Read more
Princess Shayna Celebration and 7th Author School Visit with 5th Grade Enrichment Students
On March 12th, I enjoyed my 7th visit and final Author School Visit with Laura Newcomer’s 5th grade Enrichment Class for our Princes Shayna Celebration Class. The children’ played Princess Shayna Bingo with Bingo cards that included the fairytale characters’ names, villages, and Brain Colors. The students also enjoyed selecting prizes from a large gift…Read more
Only 7 Days Until Author’s Dream Comes True During Bully Prevention Month!
Only 7 day… Only 1 week until my dream for Princess Shayna comes true! Since 1997, my Blue Brain has dreamed that a multitude of children, teachers, and parents learn about the meaningful messages of: Bully Prevention- Recognizing your self-worth- Valuing your capabilities – Appreciating differences – Dealing with life’s challenges in my fairy tale,…Read more
PicMonkey Photo Editing Replaces Google Picnik
A few weeks ago, Google closed the Picnik photo editing site. Now, thanks to my web designer Jeff Lewis at The Webs We Weave, I am using PicMonkey for editing photos for my Sheila Glazov website, the new Princess Shayna Book/Musical section on the website Navigation Bar and my Blog. I am enjoying this easy and effective photo editing tool!…Read more
Garden Tending, Preparing and Protecting for Winter
All weekend, my husband and I prepared and protected our yard and gardens for the gifts of winter. It was so chilly in Chicago that I wore my heavy alpaca socks, a wool sweater over my overalls and my fleece baseball cap that has ear flaps. We prepared our perennial gardens by removing all the ornaments and…Read more