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  • Peachtree City, GA
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My newest book is The Time of My Life . I like to describe it as a track inspired "Blind Side." I am a certfied teacher with endoresements in Art and English and have taught art, English and History. I have been recognized by Facing History and Ourselves with their Margot Stern Strom Teaching Award for teaching tolerance. I have another book, When The Butterflies Flew Away, thatintroduces children to the Holocaust.

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Help Me Make It Happen

 Sometimes I get leadings that I can't ignore. I'm not sure if they are directives from a higer power, or just ideas that refuse to go away until I follow through. Last week I had a strong impression that I should send a copy of my book The Time Of My Life, to Leigh Anne Tuohy. If you don't immediately recognize that name, she is the real life version of the character played by Sandra Bullock in the movie The Blind Side. She and her family live in Memphis, where for…


Posted on October 29, 2012 at 12:21pm

Believing In the message of The Time Of My Life

 I had the opportunity to see my oldest son realize a dream this weekend. For six years he has been focused on accomplishing one thing: to run at the collegiate level. Friday night I got to watch him run his first college race. It was the first time he had run that distance in a race- an 8K (about 5 miles) and it was 92 degrees at race time. He has been running in the mountains of North Carolina and the high there has been in the 70s. He also was coming off a bout with tendonitus (as we live…


Posted on September 3, 2012 at 9:18am

Holocaust Remembrance Day

I am going to vent for just a moment. I saw a tweet this morning under the heading of "Holocaust Remembrance Day" where some unfeeling jerk  wrote (and POSTED) "It's Holocaust Remembrance Day and I've got gas!" Even if what this day stands for means nothing to you, even if you really just don't care, how could ANYONE tweet something so offensive? And no, I am not Jewish. But I do pay tribute to the victims of the Holocaust every year. Much of my professional career has been dedicated to…


Posted on April 19, 2012 at 9:00am

A Top 25

I spent several hours learning how to format my previously published books into Kindle versions. One of these is When The Butterflies Flew Away,  a novel about the work of art teacher Freidl Brandeis and the children she taught while in the concentration camp Terezin. Brandeis is one of my personal heroes. She went to Terzin with her suitcase full of art supplies with the goal of using art as therapy for the children there. She taught the children to draw and she encouraged them to…


Posted on March 15, 2012 at 8:18am

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At 4:36pm on February 14, 2012, Beryl Reichenberg said…

I'm glad to be your friend!

At 7:20am on February 5, 2012, J. Steve Miller said…


You asked about virtual blog tours. I did a paid one but didn't really sell any books. The blogs I got on didn't have many visitors. Instead (the book I was pushing a unique book on personal finance for young people), I found the top personal finance blogs and contacted each of them to see if they wanted to review my book. I did it over a period of a month and a half, I also did it during a time (graduation season) when bloggers might want to do a post on "Financially Illiterate Graduates". My sales tripled, so that it payed off in both money and time spent. I have a chapter on specifically how I did it in my book, Sell More Books: Book Marketing and Publishing for Low Profile and Debut Author.  

And since your books are talking about character issues, I might could link to them from my character education site at Perhaps we have a connection there.


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