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I Can’t Live Without You

May 6th, 2021 in Writing Prompts by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

Write a poem about one thing you can’t live without.

Books and Faith

April 29th, 2021 in Quotations by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

“Books, inherently, require faith. Faith in an author that he or she will reward the many hours you’ll spend in those pages, faith that a good story will be told, a lesson will be learned, a light will be shone upon a dim corner of the world. If you’re reading this magazine, with its vast […]

Colons and Semicolons

April 22nd, 2021 in Grammar by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

With the various types of punctuation, there should be some hard and fast rules for their usage, right? Well, there are. For example: the colon always goes on the outside of the quotation marks, unless it is part of the quoted text. Example: I like the theme from “The Sun”: Love thy neighbor. The semicolon […]

Fredericksburg Fall Fairy Festival

April 15th, 2021 in EI News by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

April Michelle Davis and her young adult book A Princess in Disguise were well received by fairies, princesses, princes, and gnomes at the Fredericksburg Fall Fairy Festival on September 29, 2018.  Children dressed in their favorite fairy costumes danced up to April Michelle’s table to hear April Michelle share a passage out of her book […]

A Caring Community

April 1st, 2021 in Featured Titles by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

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Subject vs. Object Pronouns

March 25th, 2021 in Grammar by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

A pronoun allows the writer to make a reference to something without using the name each time. Pronouns replace one or more nouns in a sentence. For example, instead of using the nouns Amy, the bookcase, apples, or my friends and I, you could use the pronouns she, it, they, and we. Using one word […]

Beaverdam Family Fun Day

March 18th, 2021 in EI News by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

April Michelle Davis and her young adult book A Princess in Disguise were the featured author and book at the Beaverdam Family Fun Day on September 9, 2018.  April Michelle shared about her book with children and parents and captured their attention by instilling a part of the special message into the conversations. Many children […]

DNA

March 4th, 2021 in Writing Prompts by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

Your kids love watching CSI, so you buy them a forensic starter’s kit for Christmas. They begin running simple experiments, collecting DNA, and dusting for fingerprints around the house. When you look at all of the powder and prints they pull, you find there are more fingerprints there then just you and your family’s. Whose […]

A Princess at Blue Beer Cider

February 18th, 2021 in EI News by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

April Michelle Davis’s young adult book A Princess in Disguise was featured along with other authors and their books at the Book Fair & Brunch held at Blue Bee Cider, Richmond, Virginia, on September 23, 2018. The patio setup with round tables and chairs offered an outdoor place to gather where food and drink could […]

Twitter

February 4th, 2021 in Writing Prompts by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

Your friend recently signed up for Twitter and is still getting the hang of it. He says that someone he doesn’t know has been tweeting at him. You tell him it is probably a fake account. Then, he receives a tweet that has a picture of the two of you, in his house. Suddenly, there’s […]


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