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Fran Lewis: Fran worked in the NYC Public Schools as the Reading and
Writing Staff Developer for over 36 years. She has three masters
degrees and a PD in Supervision and Administration. Currently, she is
a member of Who's Who of America's Teachers and Who's Who of America's
Executives from Cambridge. In addition, she is the author of three
children's books and a fourth that has just been published on Alzheimer's
disease in order to honor her mom and help create more awareness for a
cure. The title of my new Alzheimer’s book is Memories are Precious: Alzheimer’s Journey; Ruth’s story
She was the musical director for shows in her school and ran the
school's newspaper. Fran writes reviews for authors upon request and
for several other sites. You can read some of my reviews on Ezine.com
and on ijustfinished.com under the name Gabina. I am a member of Whos Who of Americas Teachers and Whos Who of America’s Executives and Professionals on Cambridge. I review books for authors upon request. My goal is to get my books published by a traditional publisher and on the shelves of every school library, hospital and bookstore. I host two radio shows on Blog Talk Radio. Book Discussion with Fran Lewis is on Blog Talk every third Wednesday of the month from three to five eastern. My children’s author’s show is four times a year. I host online book blogs and book tours for authors and I review books for authors throughout the world. I have published six books the last Because We Care in memory of my sister Marcia. The proceeds going to find the cause and cure for Alzheimer’s. I am an Amazon reviewer. I have three master’s degrees and a PD . I have reviewed over 400 books in the last year and a half. I do online interviews and review for bookpleasures, manic readers, booktown and authors all over the world. You can find my reviews on reviewers roundup, fellow writers and many sites for authors on facebook.
My websites are: www.gabina49.webs.com
on March 03, 2015 :
With the 2015 March edition of "MJ Magazine" the writers, editors and contributors have surpassed themselves. This edition really comes together with its well chosen themes of writing and war.
The leading article opens the discussion on conflict and war from a young woman's personal perspective - the war between siblings and family members. We then are treated to a selection of artoicles about writing, tips on how and how not to do it, and articles by authors and agents. All of these were fascinating for both, the reader and the writer in me.
The magazine features a large section of reviews with books in various genres. My particular favourite was a series of Children's books "I am ...." about important figures, such as Rosa Parks.
The magazine then has a section of "Issues", where important matters, such as Alzheimers' Disease and spousal abuse, are discussed.
A well rounded selection of information that I must strongly recommend.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)