One of my poems has been given recognised status.I am extremely chuffed. Thank you to all my reviewers
March 24, 2013 at 3:39AM
Linda Lee: Hey Brian--you left me a message a while ago about the basic editor not doing italics. If you put this: at the start of the word you want in italics and this: at the end of that word, it will do it for you. Just a helpful (hopefully) FYI. Take care :)
Linda Lee: Let me try this again. At the start of the word or phrase you do this: (shift comma) for the 'lesser than' bracket then type the letters em, then (shift period) for the 'greater than' bracket.
At the end of what you want in italics you do exactly the same except: (shift comma) then (/) then (shift period).
Sorry this box is html so it won't allow me to show you the code for it in simple terms.
This is a story about a little girl who loses her favorite comfort object. During her search , she faces many obstacles which she must overcome. She tackles her environment with her problem solving skills. Boys will enjoy this book because the little girl gets in so much "trouble". Contact Brigitte for a signed copy.
This character-driven tale embarks on a journey towards self-worth involving Cass Backus, a young girl experiencing awkward teenage moments and bullying. Longing to escape her adolescent drama, she looks forward to reconnecting with her childhood friend, Brad. However, numerous obstacles and misadventures stand in her way. The question remains: Will Cass and Brad ever manage to catch up and take their friendship to the next level?