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Jenni Enzor
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All Quiet on the Blogging Front
Hello dear friends! I have started a new job this fall. I am now teaching full time again as a special educator for an online school. It is a joy, a dream job in so many ways, and I'm incredibly grateful to get to work with such amazing students and their f...
All Quiet on the Blogging Front
All Quiet on the Blogging Front
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MMGM: Mari’s Hope
Don't you just love this cover? It just exudes hope! While I love the modern books I’ve discovered that very few have the kind of characters that I think of as friends. As a child, Anne of Green Gables , Laura Ingalls , and Betsy Ray (of Betsy-Tacy fame) we...
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A Few Titles for Grown Ups
Ah, summer! Whether I'm stuck inside with the air conditioner or enjoying iced tea on the back porch, I’m often enjoying time with a good book. What better way to celebrate summer than to read outside my usual genre, kidlit. Here are a few of my favorites f...
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MMGM: The Unbreakable Code
This is a book I got from the library, but I can’t remember what inspired me to get it. I think it was probably the fun title and the promise of a mystery. But little did I know that this book had some parallels with a book I’m currently revising. So win, w...
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ISWG: Should a Hero or Heroine be Heroic?
This month’s question is:  What is your pet peeve when writing/editing/reading? I don’t know how many times I’ve been told that a character needed to change by the end of the story—the bigger the change, the better. If you ever read Anatomy of a Story (John...
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MMGM: Beautiful Blue World
I picked up this book at my library. I was drawn in by the beautiful cover and the fact that it was about two girl friends, but seeing it was by Suzanne LaFleur closed the deal. I'm convinced she can't write a bad book—and her ability to convey emotion is e...
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MMGM: EIGHT KEYS
I realized after I finished EIGHT KEYS by Suzanne LaFleur that I've read a lot of sad middle grade books lately. This is a good one, but I can’t promise it won’t make you cry. I first discovered Suzanne LaFleur’s writing in LOVE, AUBREY, another powerful bo...
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MMGM: I Am David
I initially picked up this book for my son. He’d been studying modern history this year, and I wanted a book about what it was like behind the Iron Curtain. He didn’t read it, but I did. And what a book! Many of you know I have a place in my heart for anyth...
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ISWG: Just Keep Writing
Last spring my son had two piano performances—a festival and a recital—on the same day. I watched as he struggled to continue playing after he made a few mistakes (he wanted to start over) and another student did the same. But the interesting thing to me, i...
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ISWG: Finding Your Way Back
This month's question: Did you ever say "I quit"? If so, what happened to make you come back to writing? I have many different times in my life when I wanted to quit. The longest stretch was about six years ago. I had a lot going on in my personal life (my ...
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