17 Authors Launch New Blog for Tweens

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Author Michelle Isenhoff and 16 other tween authors are launching a unique children’s literature website today, July 10, with their first post.  Emblazon is a blog written by a collection of indie authors who care about producing high quality stories for kids.

“We have a particular focus on ages 11 to 14, ” says Isenhoff.  “We call them Tweens.   The purpose of Emblazon is to celebrate tween literature.  We want to draw attention to this fabulous genre, interact with other enthusiasts whether child or adult, and encourage new writers.”

Readers visiting the blog will be treated to their upcoming Sizzling Freebies bash that will be hosted on Emblazon.  On August 1, a great selection of ebooks will be free to visitors for one day only.  All visitors to the site will be entered to win prizes.

Stop by and visit this exciting new and creative website, and meet all 17 authors embarking upon this journey with tweens.


About Patricia Tiltonhttps://childrensbooksheal.wordpress.comI want "Children's Books Heal" to be a resource for parents, grandparents, teachers and school counselors. My goal is to share books on a wide range of topics that have a healing impact on children who are facing challenges in their lives. If you are looking for good books on grief, autism, visual and hearing impairments, special needs, diversity, bullying, military families and social justice issues, you've come to the right place. I also share books that encourage art, imagination and creativity. I am always searching for those special gems to share with you. If you have a suggestion, please let me know.