River of Bones cover reveal and giveaway! Plus join the River of Bones Rebate Party!

Cover Reveal: RIVER OF BONES  By Angela J. Townsend Published by: Clean Teen Publishing Young Adult Horror – Romance Releases: October 30, 2013 When seventeen-year-old Dharma Moore moves to Bayou country so her scam artist mother can work as a Paranormal Investigator, she discovers that more than ghosts haunt the abandoned plantation they now call home.  Centuries ago, a voodoo … Read More

Tracking the Bullied–Not Just the Bullies–in Schools by Gabrielle Arrowsmith

Tracking the Bullied–Not Just the Bullies–in Schools Poem Written by Gabrielle Arrowsmith in the Summer of 2012 Little Gavin Gray, Complete with heart of gold, Sped through the hallway To meet his friend of old. Just outside her door His friend heard him pleading- Giving them one more Reason for the beating. She sent them away With disappointed words. She … Read More

Cover Reveal- The Awakener by Amanda Strong

COVER REVEAL: THE AWAKENER by Amanda Strong Release Date: October 25, 2013 Young Adult Paranormal Romance A simple touch will change their lives forever.  Seeing Micah for the first time in years, fifteen year old Eden wants nothing more than to run and hide, but instead in a moment of sheer embarrassment, she throws her arms around his neck; unaware … Read More

Take a stand against Cyber Bullying- Report it! Guest Post by Jennifer Anne Davis

Take a Stand Against Cyber Bullying- Report it! Guest Post by Author Jennifer Anne Davis Texting, Facebook, and Twitter are supposed to make our lives easier. But if you’re a teen, they can simply be another venue for bullying.  There have been two stories in the media lately that have eerie similarities. First is the case of fifteen-year-old Audrie Pott. … Read More

Understanding the Bully for what they are… Children in pain. By Holly Kelly

Understanding the Bully by Holly Kelly Having been given this assignment to write an article about bullying, I’ve thought a lot about it over the last few days. I could write about how cruel and uncaring bullies are. I could write about how the victim could seek intervention—an important thing to do if you are being bullied. I even have … Read More

The Eyes of a Child. Thoughts from a mother on bullying by Erica Kiefer

The Eyes of a Child Thoughts from a mother. By: Erica Kiefer My daughter’s eyes are bright. She laughs, her fearless grin illuminating her face—blue eyes playful and mischievous. With the vigor of a two-year-old, she embraces each task, every game, with confidence and delight. I gaze at her in wonderment, absorbing her beautiful countenance. My focus returns to those … Read More

Together we can stop bullying, by Alicia Michaels

Together we can stop bullying! by Alicia Michaels When I was a junior in high school, I came upon a boy in the hallway being bullied. He had special needs. The sad thing was, he did not even realize he was being made fun of. Everyone around him did, though, and it angered me to see it happening. The other … Read More