Author Updates

UPDATE #1 – Souled is FREE for Kindle Unlimited Customers
If you are a member of Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited, you can now read Souled for free! Kindle has been working with authors and readers to help get books in the hands (well – devices) of readers. When you read it, be sure to leave a review – even a sentence or two will help the book get seen by other readers.  Thank you again for your continued support!
Free Kindle Version of Souled   

Free e-book below ⬇️

UPDATE #2 – MY NEW COLLABORATION
I’m excited to share that I have collaborated with THE Dave D’Aoust in helping his clients fight digital distraction. When he heard about how Souled was inspired by the way digital media consumes our kids, he asked me to teach a few classes in his Primed For Life Series. I now have three writing courses with him and depending on need, there could be more in the future. We shall see what happens. 

UPDATE #3 – NEW FACEBOOK GROUP FOR WRITING HELP



I created a new Facebook Group to help with the writing process. I created it to go along with the writing courses I have with Dave D’Aoust, but really anyone who is interested in the writing process can join. Check it out here: Get Writing – Writing, Editing, and Publishing Help

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Author: jengladen

Jennifer Gladen is a children’s author who lives and writes in Pennsylvania. She is the author of A Star in the Night, Teresa’s Shadow, Angel Donor, and Caitie the Caterpillar through Guardian Angel Publishing. She contributed as a columnist at Catholic Mom and is a member of the Catholic Writers Guild (C.W.G.). She is also a P.A.L member of the S.C.B.W.I. She has written several children’s stories, poems, and articles, and started her own Catholic e-zine. Her third picture book, Angel Donor is a story about a girl in need of a liver transplant. The story was inspired by Ms. Gladen's daughter who was in a similar situation. Jennifer Gladen is available for school visits. She has visited childcare centers, elementary schools, and universities in order to support reading, writing, and literacy.

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