Off to the printers!

Letters in the Woods, an early literacy picture book, has been sent to the printer! Holding the proof in my hands was wonderful but watching my four-year-old granddaughter read through it was surreal! Letters in the Woods will be available soon from retailers everywhere! Author Susan Reimer & Illustrator Sara Thompson with Letters in the … Continue reading Off to the printers!

Literature: An antidote to isolation and tragedy

Years before Susan Vreeland wrote the best selling novel Girl In Hyacinth Blue, she attended a gathering where she observed the great love of a family, the Hollys, in which both parents were blind. Below, Vreeland recounts the result of her conversation with their daughter Faith about the obstacles her parents faced in marrying and … Continue reading Literature: An antidote to isolation and tragedy

Letters in the Woods: Cover reveal

I am excited to reveal the cover for Letters in the Woods! This picture book is an early literacy treasure hunt where readers will search for the shapes of letters hidden in whimsical watercolour illustrations by Sara Thompson. Coming soon from Word Alive Press, Letters in the Woods will be available wherever books are sold.

The Grace Impact

Guest Post by Nancy Kay Grace Every space on the family calendar was full of activities—sports events, music lessons, and youth group competed for our kids’ attention. Often I had to be two places at the same time and needed help with transportation. In spite of my best efforts to organize the calendar, I felt … Continue reading The Grace Impact