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Barn Town and The Two-Eyed Hurricane

(Don’t you just love Hurry’s face? Anna did such a good job of catching his true character.)   Dr. Jen Lowry wrote a the Foreward for Barn Town and The Two-Eyed Hurricane and a very nice review in her monthly … Continue reading

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It’s HERE!

https://amzn.to/2JGygP9 Barn Town is all up in arms with what is happening across the road. Tearing up fences and massive changes are happening to the big red barn. Are new roosters moving in; is it a new lake for the … Continue reading

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No Internet

We are going on one week with no phone service or internet service. NONE! NO T.V.! NO MUSIC! My town just slipped back 100 years overnight. Why? Massive software malfunction by AT&T. Drive 12 miles one way for a connection. … Continue reading

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I Saw a Starburst to Flames –

Book Promo:  With over 100 poems about everything from flapping ears to dancing pizzas, J.R. LaMar’s, I Saw a Starburst to Flames will take you on an out-of-this-world reading adventure. With instant classics like “My Father Is the President,” “I Am … Continue reading

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Newest Author for Barn Town

Meet Barn Town’s newest author: D. J. Shaw. Her new book, Do Angels Take Naps in Heaven, is scheduled for release in February 2019. A bit of bio: Doris Jean Shaw is a speaker, retired educator, author, and member of … Continue reading

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Podcast Interview – WOW!

I was priviledge to do an interview on Jen Lowry Writes Podcast today. I am so excited to give you the link where you can listen. I want to thank Jen for allowing me to have this unique opportunity and … Continue reading

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Jen Lowry, Author

I’m so excited! Jen Lowry, Author #6 of #70 – Adventures in Barn Town – LOVED THIS CHAPTER BOOK for young readers – just adorable! The storytelling drew me in and made me smile! ❤️ I can’t wait to interview the #author on my #podcast tomorrow … Continue reading

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corrected: Review of FLUNKED

Book Blurb: This is the other side of the fairy tale where the ordinary folk live. You know, the trolls, the bad fairies, and in this story the cobbler’s daughter who live in a shoe. Gillian, Gilly to her friends, … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

We at Barn Town Children’s Books wish you the very best for this New Year! Blessings and Squishy Hugs from all of us.

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The Writing Life: Write What You Know—Or Not – Pandora’s Box Gazette

November 19, 2018 Michelle Janene   https://www.pandorasboxjt.com/single-post/2018/11/20/The-Writing-Life-Write-What-You-Know%E2%80%94Or-Not?utm_campaign=Feed%3A%2Bhttp%2Fpandorasboxjtcom%2Ffeed%2B(Pandora%27s%2BBox%2BGazette)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=feedburner Write What You Know—Or Not by Michelle Janene I have often heard workshop and conference leaders say, “Write what you know.” According to these experts it is important for authenticity and grounding readers … Continue reading

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