This book is bargain priced from 01/24/2014 until 10/15/2015
At the Window is a children’s picture book about an orphan who finds peace, love and hope. It’s a quiet, sensitive story that invites readers to consider the undeniable nature of love. Henry and his little sister, Emily, are orphans who live under the care of Ms. Agnes at St. Peter’s Orphanage. One wintry night, Henry notices a bright, shining light tear through the sky-but he is the only one who notices. The following week, he sees the light again and Henry now begins to think this is more than a coincidence. The burning light sets a spark inside of Henry’s own heart and he begins to search for answers. Patience and an open spirit ultimately lead him to the truth, where the warmth and light fully embraces him.
Targeted Age Group: Ages 8 and older
Book Price: 0.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Writing a book or story, in general, is never easy. There are so many components that must align perfectly for a story to be the best it can be. Writing a children’s story provides an extra challenge due to the limited word count used to fully tell a story. The writer must be concise and to the point, yet detailed enough to tell a great story.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
First and foremost, writers must believe in themselves and most importantly, their words. Work on your pieces, revising and editing, until someone must tear it away from you. Once you have a polished piece, share it with the world and be proud of what you have created.
Joseph Forte is a writer and elementary school teacher who believes the power of the written word is priceless. He was born and raised in Welland, Ontario, Canada and grew up playing competitive hockey. He is an avid fan of Canadian music and enjoys writing articles, poetry, and children’s stories. When he sits down with a pen and paper in hand, his sole mission is to create a piece of work, “Where Words Come Alive.”
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’m a true believer in the connection I share between my family and friends. Being so close to the most important people in my life, regardless of where they are, offered a great deal of inspiration for this story.