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A new Early learning Coloring book for Toddlers & Preschoolers makes learning fun.
Word Count Tracker for Authors… A simple notebook for keeping track of writing and todo’s.
And Romance in KU!
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Fun with Colors, Letters, Numbers, and Shapes
For Toddlers and Preschoolers: Tracing, Matching, and Counting ~ Hours of Learning Fun
Fun with Colors, Letters, Numbers, and Shapes is a simple and fun way for little ones to learn alphabet letters, colors, numbers, and shapes by tracing, matching, and coloring cute, recognizable objects, animals, and daily items. The large, adorable illustrations are great for tiny fingers to color, too!
The first section focuses on numbers, 0-10. Each left side number page contains large, visually fun graphics of a child aside the number, and the word spelled out beneath. The opposite page has an illustration of a barrel with the corresponding number of apples to encourage counting, the number alongside with directional arrows for writing practice, and the number below in tracing form. Four pages follow with delightful graphics to reinforce counting by counting the barrels and the apples within them, butterflies and their spots, ice cream cones and their scoops, and fish tanks with the number of fish swimming inside.
The second section covers the full alphabet, A-Z, with a large letter and an item that starts with the accompanying letter. Underneath are uppercase and lowercase letters to trace, big enough for little fingers. On the opposite page, there is another object which begins with the letter, and the name of the object spelled out below.
The third section familiarizes toddlers and preschoolers with colors and color association, introducing ten basic colors with a cute, colorable animal or object for visual reference of the corresponding color, and the color spelled beneath.
The fourth section teaches shapes, with seven funny-faced shapes and the shape below for tracing. Two pages follow with identifiable shaped items to match with a shape.
• Counting: numbers 0-10.
• Alphabet: uppercase and lowercase letters, A-Z.
• Word recognition: fun objects to sound out and associate with each letter of the alphabet.
• Shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, heart, and star.
• Tracing: letters, shapes, and numbers.
• Colors: basic colors and items of each shade ~ yellow, blue, red, green, orange, pink, purple, brown, black, and gray.
• Word association: recognizable objects, animals, and foods with simple, descriptive words
• Matching: connecting shapes with fun, familiar objects of the same shape.
• Helps beginners with fundamentals, recognition, and association of words, letters, objects, colors, numbers, and shapes.
Gift the little ones in your life with hours of learning fun by coloring, with Fun with Colors, Letters, Numbers, and Shapes.
8.5 x 11
Two-sided coloring pages
Over 100 illustrations to color.
Perfect for Toddlers and Preschoolers ages 1–4
Great for TK & Kindergarteners too!
Available on Amazon
Preschool Coloring Book by D. A. Hester ~ here
Toddler, Preschool Coloring Book
This simple word count tracking notebook is an easy and ideal way to track your writing and reach your writing goals!
Word Count Tracker for Authors notebook is a simple way for authors to stay organized and keep track of their writing progress, to help stay motivated toward success. The word count tracker has doable goals of 100 words at a time. But that’s not set in stone, you can change it up, set your own 200, 500, 1000 increment goals at a time if you choose.
The first inside page has a spot to fill in with a project title, date, notebook name, or author name. The front page of each sheet (102 pages/51 sheets) contains an easy-to-use daily word count tracker, space for starting and ending word count totals, project title, date, chapter, chapter notes, tomorrow’s to do, and most important list. The back side of the sheet has a handy lined notes page that can be used for notes, ideas, sprint times, or whatever inspires you. The two daily writing logs included at the end of the notebook allow you to carry over your daily totals for a visual of your progress as a whole—40 plus days—to inspire you toward your goal.
Great for NaNoWriMo and gifts for writers.
~ Starting Word Count
~ Word Count Total
~ Daily Word Count Tracker with Doable Goals, 100 words at a time
~ Title and Date
~ Chapter Notes
~ Tomorrow’s To Do List
~ Most Important List
~ Lined Notes Pages
~ Two Daily Writing Logs for a visual, comparative glance at your progress, to inspire you toward your final goal
~ 6” x 9” size eases portability in a backpack, laptop bag, or purse
**Also available in 8.5” x 11” size
Recording your daily writing word count is a great way to track your writing progress and achieve your writing goals.
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Excerpt ~ Maddison & Jaxon
Silence fell over our group, everyone standing stock-still—even the guys’ jaws had dropped—as I followed their gazes to see what the stir was all about.
I didn’t have to look far.
Holy freakin’ hell!
My heart sank to the pit of my stomach, my breath hitched in my lungs.
They may not have known who he was, but I sure as heck did. I knew exactly who he was.
Jesus! He is sex on legs.
My stomach fluttered.
His intent gaze caught mine, those deep, crystalline blue eyes and that smile; that cocky, sexy as hell smirk. Just as when we were kids. Always so damn self-assured. Only things missing were the tattered jeans and vintage rocker T-shirts he’d always liked to wear.
Now he was sporting a suit. A designer suit. Tie missing and collar casually unbuttoned. Yummy. Still a glimpse of the bad boy, peeking out. I was glad to see he hadn’t lost that completely, that cocky edge; he wouldn’t be him without it. Even with his steely-blue suit jacket and red shirt on, I could tell he was ripped beneath; the way the jacket pulled, taut in all the right places, broad in the shoulders and tapered at the waist.
That was new. Jaxon wasn’t quite so filled out as a boy.
I marveled at the red shirt. It was a bold statement, wearing red, and it was an eerie coincidence, being the same red as my dress. It briefly struck me that maybe that wasn’t a coincidence, his shirt perfectly matching my dress. But all that flittered away as I watched him, walking toward me with purpose in his step—suit slacks tugging slightly on his strong thighs with each footfall.
My heart was beating out of my chest, now that it’d leapt back up there.
I knew he was still alive and doing well, Dad had told me that, he’d kept me posted somewhat. But no visits. Not one visit home over the past seven years. Not one call. I’d thought I meant more to him than that. At least as a friend. As a… I sighed heavily.
I was wrong. I meant very little to him if he could leave without a word.
And now he just swaggered in, looking all hot and sexy, grinning like he had not a care in the whole freaking world. Just any other twenty-something-year-old attending their class reunion to catch up with old friends.
Only, he didn’t have any old friends. Really. Except me. I was his friend. I was his best friend. If he’d wanted to catch up, he knew exactly where I was, and exactly how to reach me.
But he hadn’t. Not once. Just left, vanished. Without a single word.
And now here he was, steps from standing before me and my circle of friends. Friends he’d always avoided like the plague. Pretentious social climbers, I think was what he used to call them. Posers. Along with the rest of the cheer squad, and football players; all jock types in general, really.
He stopped in front of me, all cool and calm.
Seriously? I wanted to smack him. And that smug expression behind that sexy smile. As panty dropping as ever.
“Hello, Beautiful,” he spoke in a smooth, velvety tone, taking another step closer and slipping an arm around my waist. His hand touched on the middle of my back as he pulled me to him, his lips brushing a kiss on my cheekbone.
Holy hotness. That hand, touching to the exposed skin on my back, and those lips, touching my cheek, so close, it was hard to breathe. As if a direct current shot through me, a lightning strike, everything inside me coming alive for the first time in seven years. His lips whispered along my cheekbone as he pulled back, blue eyes smoldering, locked on mine.
How was this even possible, that he was standing here before me, when he hadn’t bought a ticket? Not that I’d seen anyway. And I should have seen. That name, it’d have jumped out at me.
I was experiencing one of those surreal, this-can’t-be-happening, moments.
Jaxon Jaimison, in the flesh…as I live and breathe.
Jaxon briefly broke eye contact with me and flashed a quick glance beside me, to our audience. “Ladies,” he offered in greeting, charming each and every one of them with that delicious dimple and smile.
Once I’d recovered, myself, I followed his gaze to the girls, their mouths hanging open, looking all glassy-eyed and swoony. I couldn’t blame them; Jaxon was devastatingly handsome.
Grace’s mouth abruptly snapped shut, her eyebrows furrowing at me. “Thought you said you were without a plus one tonight?” she questioned, sharp and snarky.
“Yeah?” concurred Jennifer, claws out and acting just as catty as Grace was.
It fleetingly flashed into thought that these were the girls I remembered from high school… nasty, bitchy, catty, and competitive. Willing to cut your throat, stab you in the back, and take you down to get whatever it was they wanted. Regardless.
Because they, of course, were entitled to.
Why, had I considered them friends? Stupid!
“My little surprise, for my girl,” Jaxon responded, turning his attention back to me, the picture of charm and innocence. “I was out of town on business, but cut my trip short… I know how you love surprises, baby.”
HA! I glared at him.
What the hell? As my mouth opened to remark, he scooped a hand around the back of my neck and firmly planted a passionate, open-mouthed kiss right smack on my lips, his tongue intimately delving in and caressing mine.
Oh. My. God.
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