Month: February 2021

Pandemic Pivot: An Entrepreneurial Rockstar Music Teacher Creates Tools for Success

For the past 25 years, Noreen Wenjen has been committed to helping her private piano lesson student excel. As the years flew by, Noreen\’s reputation as an exceptional piano teacher for students of all ages grew. A full and successful studio with a two-year waitlist draws students with a high level of commitment.  Students tend …

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Supporting an #OWNVOICES Author and My Global Non-Profit!

For over a decade I have been friends with an amazing woman. Mia is a CEO, change-maker, an author, and she is not afraid to use her voice to amplify the need to make reading and diversity a priority. Mia has also published THREE books under Audrey Press and we couldn\’t be more proud! Mia\’s …

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The Realities of Writing: Emerging Author Advice from Hannah Rials

I am often asked by budding young authors what my best advice for becoming a published author is. If I were to advise anyone dreaming of writing their book, I would tell them that persistence is critical. Writing a novel is the hardest thing I have ever done, and the degree of difficulty is pretty …

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The Ascension Trilogy by Hannah Rials

How a 12-Year-Old\’s Book Idea Ultimately Became a Popular Series

{guest post by author Hannah Rials} I was 12 years old when I started my first book in what would later become the award-winning Ascension trilogy. I remember waking up from a dream with the idea of writing about a community of vampires. It was around when the whole Twilight series was hot, and binge-reading …

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