An Authors Clever Crusade – Laurie S. Johnson

 

There once was a writer named Laurie S. Johnson who loved to pen children’s tales.

She wrote 10 colorful rhymes in less than 3 months time and began to plan her life trails.

 

She was relentless and crafty and keen with her thoughts. She emailed and called big box shops.

She inquired about stocking her books on their shelves and received the same responses and flops.

 

Currently, all Laurie S. Johnson books are online…. we do not know who you are.

Our space is limited–please contact us again–once the media makes you a star.

 

When you make the news, then the best sellers list…we might consider our four walls.

OR if you find an agent in our network – who can make all the right calls.

 

The right calls for this Ohio children’s book authors behalf, the right calls to the decision makers.

The right calls to generate an internet frenzy – let’s see if there are any takers.

 

Any takers who read this post and will share it – in HOPES of the big box endeavor.

For Laurie S. Johnson children’s book author to bring joy to all kids forever.

 

Thank you all for our connections. #Happyreading

 

Enter For a Chance to Win – The Magic Wizard…Free E-book…

I am giving away 10 copies of The Magic Wizard through Amazon. Please use the link below to enter:

 

https://giveaway.amazon.com/p/fc119800d2ac0322

 

I plan on giving away other titles as the year progresses. —Good luck and Happy reading!

Enter For a Chance to Win – Visiting The Family Farm …Free E-book

I am giving away 10 copies of Visiting The Family Farm through Amazon. Please use the link below to enter:

https://giveaway.amazon.com/p/9bf03be7c6651aaa

I plan on giving away other titles as the year progresses. —Happy reading!

Cheerios Daydreams ..Bucket List post…

Remember your favorite foods you used to eat as a child? I do …

Nowadays, I eat so many Cheerios, that back in October (2016) I emailed General Mills to thank them for a great product and to let them know how much I liked them. Every morning, I fill a quart size sandwich bag with regular Cheerios and Fruity Cheerios mixed.

Co-workers in the past were so used to seeing my filled baggie of “goodness” sitting on my desk–that I was temporarily nicknamed “Cheerios” in the office.

There are many reasons for liking Cheerios — (No, I am not an employee of General Mills) such as:

They are portable and easy, they are low-fat, they help keep my morning sweet tooth in check, I can mix my own flavors whenever I want a “healthy change”, they taste good, AND just about every day I eat them I am taken back to my sons younger days ….when he eagerly waited in his highchair, big smile on his face, as I walked over with “The Bright Yellow Box”…

They say if you are going to dream—– DREAM BIG— So here is my bucket list post for General Mills and Cheerios. I would be very excited to have one of my children’s books as a give-away tucked inside “The Bright Yellow Box” …. now I realize the chance of this happening is not overly huge — so I will instead enjoy my mornings, munching on my mixed bag of Cheerios with a smile on my face.

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The Squeaky Wheel …

Sometimes in life you just have to take chances. Sometimes you just have to ask …

I am looking for indie bookstore owners or gift shop owners who are willing to take a chance on my children’s books. I am willing to work with you directly, please contact me through my website. Thank you!

Hometownreads.com

Thank you to http://www.hometownreads.com for featuring Laurie S. Johnson as a Columbus, Ohio author on your website. What a wonderful community of authors!

 

About Hometown Reads:

Hometown Reads is a division of Weaving Influence, a full-service digital marketing agency founded by Becky Robinson in 2012. Weaving Influence supports authors and thought leaders in growing influence online and marketing their books. We provide web development, graphic design, social media strategy & implementation, digital publicity, and more.

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