Brian Grows Up

A children's story of young Brian's dilema of wanting to be popular and wanting to do what is right.
It's a conflict youngsters will relate to and teaches a moral lesson. More

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About WEE DILTS

Wee Dilts is a native of Colorado. She grew up in a small town where she earned college money waiting tables and barrel racing in local rodeos. She graduated high school at sixteen and went to college on a full scholarship.
She is a teacher, counselor and psychologist, holding advanced degrees in all three.
She created one of the first Opportunity programs for potential dropouts. Many students were able to complete high school because of her opportunity program.
Her life has been dedicated to helping others finding ways to level the playing field:
• She has owned and operated her own FSBO real estate company since 1983.
• She created the original Flat Fee MLS program.
• She wrote state required training manuals for franchise owners and conducted the training seminars for owners and agents.
• She currently operates a successful Flat Fee Real Estate brokerage in Colorado.
Wee is a long time sober member of AA and twenty-seven year non smoker breaking a three pack a day habit. She knows a bit about addiction and recovery and freely shares experience and hope in her articles.
Her hobbies include: acrylic painting, clay sculpting, photography, writing and traveling.
She is a life long student of the metaphysical and spiritual life. She has written:
• Numerous self help ebooks
• Free articles on real estate and self help
• Franchise training manuals for her franchises,
• A “How to Sell Real Estate by Owner” book
• Two children’s books
• A poetry book
• Three sci-fi political satire fiction books.
• 10 Self help Ebooks
Her writings have much to offer about life and living and selling real estate for less commission.

http://booksandartbywee.com

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