Children writing about books

Posted by on Oct 3, 2013

If you didn’t realize this already, I’m a huge fan of encouraging people to read.  Writing book reports in grade school was how I discovered I wanted to be an author.  Naturally, when a young reader wrote a book report about Falken’s Woods, I begged her to let me post it here.  I’m grateful for all of my readers and I feel blessed that she wrote this for school!   Falkens Woods by: Sara-Beth Cole Falkens Woods is a great book full of mysteries and teenage thoughts. Anyone could find interest in this book. Regina is a young girl that graduated high school, who lives with her Aunt Liddy. Her mom died and she doesn’t know her dad, or where he is. Her aunt is on her fathers side; therefore, she doesn’t know her that well. Regina is in an awkward state right now, until she meets twin brothers in the woods. Falkens Woods. Jason and Landon Falken become close friends with Regina. The two very different twin brothers hangout with her every day, building something out there that causes things later in the story. Regina, Jason, and Landon run into a few problems along the way of their friendship. They go through a lot together in the story and I recommend you to read and find out. In the end, Regina decides to go to school next fall in the small town, living with her aunt that she grows a bond with, and running into problems with her new...

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C and G News | August, 2013

Posted by on Sep 2, 2013

August 21, 2013 Eastpointe native publishes first young-adult novel By Sara Kandel C & G Staff Writer Eastpointe native Sara-Beth Cole is a writing machine — she’s written seven novels in the past decade, but it wasn’t until the most recent, “Falken’s Woods,” that she finally decided it was time to publish. Cole’s passion for the literary arts started at a young age. “When I was a kid, we used to go to… READ...

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And the Winners Are…

Posted by on Aug 13, 2013

I want to thank everyone who participated in the contest.  I also want to thank WEStUCKSTICKERS.com for their amazing work making the stickers!  All winning quotes are available on their website!  So, here are the winners… Its not really considered living if your holding so tightly onto the past. Mr. Fish     The longer you stand still, the harder it is to walk again. Debi Starks     Now I was going to be trapped in a world so different than my own. Clay Williams     I don’t want to feel with my heart Katina Camoni     Just because you believe something is untrue doesn’t make it unreal Katina Camoni And now…. The name randomly selected to be in my next novel (currently titled Goji) is…..   Katina!!! Congratulations, Katina!   Congratulations, everyone!  Winners, please email me below with your address and which of your entries won.  I will send them to you as soon as they are out of production. Name(required) Email(required)...

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My Book Signing at Cloverleaf Pizza

Posted by on Jul 22, 2013

I want to thank Marie Easterby, owner of Cloverleaf Pizza, for her support in hosting my book signing party at her restaurant.  I also want thank the staff, especially Christy, for going above and beyond throughout the day.  It was a lot of fun and a great success.  I feel blessed to have so many friends and family there to support me on my venture.  Here are a few photographs from the event.   This slideshow requires JavaScript. If you live in Southeastern Michigan and have never checked out Cloverleaf, you really should!  Here’s why: In 1946 pizza wasn’t being served at many places in Detroit but soon many took their first bite of what is now famously known as Detroit-style pizza when Cloverleaf founder, Gus Guerra and his wife Anna (Passalacqua) first introduced her mother’s recipe – the thick crusted, square pie topped first with a layer of cheese followed with a layer of tomato sauce – at their first bar Buddy’s Rendezvous. Gus Guerra sold Buddy’s in 1953 along with his pizza recipe and purchased Cloverleaf Bar in East Detroit, now known as the City of Eastpointe. Cloverleaf has grown from a small neighborhood bar which Gus described as looking like “a little white farm house” into the Eastside institution it is today....

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Indie Author Blog Spotlight

Posted by on Jul 18, 2013

I will be featured on Indie Brits blog including information about Falken’s Woods as well as an interview!  The best part?  It will be on my birthday, August 13th!  Make sure you check it out here.  I’d like to give a big thank you to author E. I. Jennings for having me on her blog!

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Bewitching Blog Tours | July 15th

Posted by on Jul 1, 2013

 Falken’s Woods will be visiting several book blogs this day. There will be spotlights, reviews, and interviews! Please check back for details, or visit Bewitching Blog Tours. Here is a list of the blogs as well as what type of post they will have on July 15th: Review Notebook of Books bookishlover.blogspot.com Spotlight and review Breathe In BooKs http://breatheinbooks.blogspot.com Spotlight and review Crazy Four Books http://www.crazyfourbooks.blogspot.com Spotlight and review Teen Blurb www.teenblurb.org Interview Eclipse Reviews http://totaleclipsereviews.blogspot.com Spotlight Wicca Witch 4 Book Blog http://wiccawitch4.blogspot.ca/ Interview JeanzBookReadNReview http://jeanzbookreadnreview.blogspot.co.uk/ Spotlight Deb Sanders www.debsanders.com Spotlight Gina’s Library www.ginas-library.blogspot.com Spotlight 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too! http://3partnersinshopping.blogspot.com Interview Pembroke Sinclair. pembrokesinclair.blogspot.com Interview BookwormBridgette’s World http://bookwormbridgette.blogspot.com Spotlight Mommasez…blog http://ccclubbs.com/ Spotlight Buried Under Books http://buriedunderbooks1.wordpress.com Interview Mom With A Kindle http://momwithakindle.blogspot.com/ Spotlight A_TiffyFit’s Reading Corner http://tiffyfit.blogspot.com Spotlight Mythical Books http://www.mythicalbooks.blogspot.ro/ Interview Reading In Twilight http://readingintwilight.blogspot.com Spotlight Kelly P’s Blog http://kellyatx.blogspot.com/ Spotlight...

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