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a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards




Over 27,000 copies sold! 



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21 Days of Grace: Stories That Celebrate Motherhood

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, June 5, 2015
21 Days of Grace: Stories That Celebrate Motherhood
 
Christian Author Kathy Ide is putting together a series of compilations of short fictional stories (1500-1700 words), accompanied by Life Applications to help readers glean scriptural truths from those stories (100-200 words). BroadStreet Publishing will be doing this in a 5×7 hardcover gift-book format. Bios (50-60 words) of contributing authors will be featured at the end of each story or at the end of the book.
 
The story must be FICTION. No true stories (not even true stories written with fiction techniques). Third person is preferable. (First person tends to have the feel of a true story.) Contemporary, historical, or biblical. (Will consider futuristic.) Past tense is preferable to present tense (although present tense will be considered).
 
Life Application should provide thought-provoking questions and comments that help readers process how the story applies to their lives. Avoid telling readers what they must/should do; instead share what they can do.
 
Each contributing author will receive ten complimentary copies of the published book. Contributors may purchase additional copies at 65% off the suggested retail price for sale or for giveaway (as gifts or for promotional purposes).
 

Deadline extended to: July 1, 2015





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21 Days of Grace: Stories That Celebrate Motherhood

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, June 5, 2015
21 Days of Grace: Stories That Celebrate Motherhood
 
Christian Author Kathy Ide is putting together a series of compilations of short fictional stories (1500-1700 words), accompanied by Life Applications to help readers glean scriptural truths from those stories (100-200 words). BroadStreet Publishing will be doing this in a 5×7 hardcover gift-book format. Bios (50-60 words) of contributing authors will be featured at the end of each story or at the end of the book.
 
The story must be FICTION. No true stories (not even true stories written with fiction techniques). Third person is preferable. (First person tends to have the feel of a true story.) Contemporary, historical, or biblical. (Will consider futuristic.) Past tense is preferable to present tense (although present tense will be considered).
 
Life Application should provide thought-provoking questions and comments that help readers process how the story applies to their lives. Avoid telling readers what they must/should do; instead share what they can do.
 
Each contributing author will receive ten complimentary copies of the published book. Contributors may purchase additional copies at 65% off the suggested retail price for sale or for giveaway (as gifts or for promotional purposes).
 

Deadline extended to: July 1, 2015





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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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