Bonnie Rose Hudson

Biography

Bonnie Rose Hudson lives in central Pennsylvania. Along with spending time with her family and writing, making kids smile is her favorite thing to do. Her heart’s desire is for every child to feel the love of God and know how special they are to Him. She loves creating curriculum as a member of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine’s Star Contributors Team. She works with both SchoolhouseTeachers.com (http://schoolhouseteachers.com) and The Old Schoolhouse Magazine® as an editorial assistant. At TOS, she found a place where her love of God and history combine with her love of writing to bring encouraging, educational, and entertaining material to students and their families.

She would love for you to stop by and meet the star of her children’s series at Exploring with Jake (http://writebonnierose.wordpress.com/), look through the 10/40 window of the world and join others in prayer at Looking Out the 10/40 Window (http://lookingoutthe1040window.wordpress.com/) , or stop by her author’s blog WriteBonnieRose.com (http://writebonnierose.com) for fun printables and discover how you can write for the homeschool market.

Smashwords Interview

Q: When writing a new book, how do you go about planning for it? Do you have a method you use, or is each one different?
I'm a planner by nature. I love to lay out all the details and know where I'm going before I take the first step. But, I've noticed that God often likes to remind me that I'm not the one who is in charge of my life, He is! So I usually start a project with a hook and an outline. I need to know the heart of the project before I start. That's what gets me excited about writing it. What will its purpose be? What will it illustrate? I write an outline, or have one in my mind, but the story or project always takes lots of unexpected twists and turns. Sometimes the research doesn't pan out and I have to choose a different direction. Sometimes the outline doesn't go far enough. I remember working on the first book-length project I tried to write. I had a beautiful outline for the entire book. I had covered the entire outline in four chapters! I had some major re-planning to do on that one!
Q: Do you have a certain writing space, somewhere you go *just* to write your books? An office, a lake cabin, a hotel? What do you love about that space? How does it inspire you?
I don't have a writing space. I do have an office/library that I enjoy sometimes when I write because I can close the door and enjoy being surrounded by books! But I will write anywhere, anytime I get the chance, including on grocery lists at the store, in the car (provided I'm not driving, of course), on a notepad by my bed, it really doesn't matter. I can get lost in an idea almost anywhere!
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Where to find Bonnie Rose Hudson online


Books

Asia: Its People and History
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Price: $6.95 USD. Words: 25,000. Language: English. Published: February 19, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Religion / Christianity
Is Asia a mystery to your kids? Do they know who lives there and how to pray for them? Could you use some help introducing your family to this vast land? This sixteen-week course presents a brief picture of Laos, Bangladesh, Nepal, China, Iran, and Vietnam. We’ll get to know the children there, hear about their experiences, and pray for them.

Bonnie Rose Hudson’s tag cloud

1040 window    asia    china    christianity    geography    history    homeschool    iran    laos    martyr    missions    nepal    persecution    vietnam