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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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Interview with Mystery Writer – Anita Rodgers

Hello Anita! It is nice to meet you! Tell us a bit about you where are you from and other than writing what else do you enjoy? First, thanks so much for inviting me to meet your readers, I’m honored … Continue reading

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Award-Winning Author E.A. West

Hello Elizabeth. It is nice to meet you! Tell us a bit about you where are you from and other than writing what else do you enjoy?  I was born and raised in Indiana, and I still live there today. … Continue reading

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Interview with Chigozie Mbadugha

Hello Chigozie Anuli Mbadugha. It is nice to meet you!   Please, tell us a bit about you, where you are from and other than writing what else do you enjoy?  I am an eye surgeon, but I love writing … Continue reading

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Visit with Spunky Doodle

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An Unexpected Visitor – continued

The horrible racket coming from the ducks caught my ear as I leisurely crossed the barnyard. Reaching the half door, I hopped up, cautiously peering inside as one of the ducks, Danny, continued to toss dust in the air with … Continue reading

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New Logo for Barn Town Children’s Books

Thank you Eric. I really like it!

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AMANDA’S BOOK REVIEW

https://amandasbookreviewsite.wordpress.com/2018/05/21/further-adventures-in-barn-town-barn-town-series-book-2-by-eve-culley-review/ Further Adventures in Barn Town (Barn Town Series Book 2) by Eve Culley ~Review~ MAY 21, 2018 / AMANDA’S BOOK REVIEW! *Thank you to the author for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review* Children’s books are so … Continue reading

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Author Linda Suit – Spunky Doodle’s Mom

Hello Linda, nice to meet you!   Tell us a bit about you where are you from and other than writing what else do you enjoy? An Atlanta city girl turned country; I now live in rural AR with my … Continue reading

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How to become a Children’s Author

via How to Become a Children’s Author I have been asked by many folks on how to become a published author. That is easy and yet at the same time hard question to answer. So, if you’re still interested, read … Continue reading

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