Monday, September 16, 2013

Writing for the Good - Author Ann Eisenstein, Child Advocate, Educator and Expert

One thing I absolutely love about the publishing business is seeing my authors prosper in the areas they are so passionate about; in this case:  Child Advocacy.  This author has been trained by the FBI Citizen's Academy, recently graduated from the Richland County Sheriff's  Citizen Academy and has now received her certification to present for NAMI, Parents and Teachers as Allies.


Author Ann Eisenstein
Author and educator,  Ann Eisenstein has received her certification as a presenter for NAMI's Parents & Teachers as Allies.  The program helps school professionals recognize and identify the warning signs of early-onset mental illnesses in children and adolescents.

She has also been has been invited by Barnes & Nobles to participate in multiple events to talk about the social issues she writes about in her books.  On October 18th, she will be discussing internet safety with educators, grades Pre-K-12th.  She will have her first novel in the Sean Gray, Junior Special Agent series:  Hiding Carly and discussing her next release in the series:  Fallen Prey.

Fallen Prey is in the queue for publishing-just in time for the B&N event and the #PeakCityBookFestival. 

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