Girls of summer · Pat Asch Fellowship · RVA

A Gracious Plenty

The last couple of weeks have been filled up with amazing women doing amazing work. This year, when the YWCA of Richmond selected me as their third Pat Asch Social Justice Fellow, (I freaked out and) I joined Cheryl Groce-Wright and Leslie Lytle in an emerging sisterhood of justice-seeking women living and working in Richmond.… Continue reading A Gracious Plenty

Books · Pat Asch Fellowship

Elderhood in Children’s Books

My earliest memories of comfort and solace and courage, of overcoming fear, learning something new, and connecting to creation involve my grandparents. Each of my books revolves around multiple generations and depicts a kid overcoming adversity with the help and safe companionship of an old person ("person" being loosely defined as human or horse). As… Continue reading Elderhood in Children’s Books

Girls of summer · RVA

Countdown to Girls of Summer 2017: Rita Williams-Garcia is Coming to #RVA!

Beyond thrilled to share that our special guest author for Girls of Summer 2017 is the amazing Rita Williams-Garcia! Join us at the Richmond Public Library on 6/21/17 at 7 pm. Please share far and wide!

Books · Girls of summer

Chat With the Author: Writing for Young People Stirs Her

Thank you, Stacy Hawkins Adams for hosting me on your blog! Stacy, you inspire me constantly!

Life Untapped

Meet award-winning author Gigi Amateau.

Gigi has penned seven books for children and young adults and has a heart for telling stories that help youths feel connected and valued. Her most recent novel, Two for Joy, is a three-generational story about family caregiving and about how a child and an elder accept each other wholly.  Enjoy her Q&A with LifeUntapped, in which she details her author journey and shares about her books and characters.

What is your primary goal as an author?                                                        I hope that my readers will connect with something in their own lives that makes them curious, inspired, or willing to keep going. The themes that I return to tend to be: access, belonging, overcoming trauma, resilience, intergenerational connections…

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Guest Author: Christine Meunier

Author Christine Meunier has just released Free Reign, Book 3 of her Free Rein Series, a Christian-based, horse series for kids. She lives in Australia, and is also the author of Horse Country, a day-to-day look inside the Thoroughbred industry. Nature and animals bring me closer to God, too, so I invited Christine to share… Continue reading Guest Author: Christine Meunier

Books · Chancey of the Maury River · Riding Fashion

♥♥ Smart Apps for Kids Likes Chancey App ♥♥

Thanks Smart Apps for Kids for a great review of the Chancey app! “Bottom line: Friendship, sparkling hooves, a Viking helmet and gobs of information about popular horse breeds will make any little reading filly (or colt) happy while playing this app.” Read the full review: http://www.smartappsforkids.com/2013/10/chancey-of-the-maury-river-review.html The Chancey of the Maury River app from… Continue reading ♥♥ Smart Apps for Kids Likes Chancey App ♥♥