Midnight Guardian in the Classroom

Because the Midnight Guardian series are clean YA, free from wash-your-mouth-out-with-soap words and naughty content, they are perfect for the classroom.

My aunts are teachers, my Dad was a teacher, my sister was a teacher (now a school administrator), my cousin is a vice principal. So yeah, it’s safe to say that I come from a family of teachers. And the thing they have taught me is the importance of providing┬ávaluable resources for teachers.

Therefore, I’m extremely pleased with myself to be able to offer a new page to my Website dedicated to the classroom. On it you will find downloadable worksheets and information on school visits. I’ll add new items periodically. If there’s something you’d like to see, please leave a comment on this post or Contact me directly.

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Indie Life: Engaging the Classroom

IndieLife7One of the most rewarding experiences I’ve had as an author is the opportunity to go back to school. No, it’s not what you think. I’m not breaking open the textbooks, but I have been invited to speak to students about writing or reading in general.

Last year, I was invited to help close out Right to Read Week at an elementary in southern Ohio. In the morning, we did some random dancing whenever Continue reading “Indie Life: Engaging the Classroom”