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Abigail Tyler

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Author Abigail Tyler lives in Southeast Oklahoma.    She writes Children’s Non- Fiction Kindle books for Amazon.  She also has a few unpublished items in the works.

Abigail believes that along with weaving a story into a written work comes a responsibility. She feels authors should express themselves. That is what being an artist and author is all about.  But with that, she keeps in mind that words are sharper than any two-edged sword. She chooses not to write stories that generate hate, or foster desperation or pain for her readers. She believes there is already enough pain and desperation in the world.   Abigail  thrives to write stories filled with hope, triumph and adventure. That is not to say her character’s lives are a walk through the park. You can, however, expect a happy ending in her fiction works.

Abigail hopes all of you eternal optimist, hopeless romantics, and lovers of adventure, from whom all good things are born, will pick up a copy of one of her books and enjoy the ride through the story she creates.

Abigail is married with two wonderful children and besides doing freelance writing,  helps with the publishing activities at church and school.

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Madison Matthews


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Madison Matthews has been teaching elementary programs, including language arts, social studies, mathamatics, science and art.   She has also been highly active in creating flexible elementary grade programs and classroom environments fit for learning.

Her activities at school, as well as caring for her wonderful family keep her very busy, but her love for learning and inspiring reading in our young ones has led her to publishing Kindle Children’s books, and participating in A Reading Place’s information sharing program.

She hopes to continue writing Kindle books for Children, and teaching these very important formative years.  So far she has focused on 3rd and 4th grades, but there could be some changes coming soon.    And the most important part of her life continues to be her Daughter and Husband.

Madison is a writer, volunteer, runner and social media junkie, and volunteers with the Easter Seals Foundation

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Emma Jacobs


 Profile Photograph of Emma JacobsIf you are looking for a writer who produces high-quality content for kids in a short time frame, look no further.  Emma Jacobs prides herself in providing her clients with top-notch, original content that captures the attention of children in an informative yet engaging way. She works quickly and strives to ensure that every book she completes is an example of her best work.

Emma has a Bachelor’s degree in English and during her time as a freelance writer.

She has written about a variety of topics, but does many children’s books relating to automotive and science topics.   She hopes to be branching out soon.  She loves coaching new writers. She’ll help fine-tune character development, hunt for plot holes, and teach tricks of the trade to give aspiring writers more impact.

Her experience also includes a stint as the assistant editor of an academic journal, so she has real editorial experience and a great proof-reader’s eye.  She also dabbles in fiction, and thus, a creative problem solver as well.

You’ll find that I can filter and synthesize information very quickly, and that I’m responsive to the objectives and time constraints attached to your project. Flexible, friendly, fast—I pride myself on exceeding your expectations.

Emma has been a judge in one of a prestigious local writing competition for almost four years, as the sole judge in […]

Emily Taylor


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Emily Taylor can write on all topics especially discussing different places and locations.  She has extensive experience writing for children in the non-fiction field and has worked for many online publications. He ability to identify facts and write them to be fun and stimulating also translates for well-written material for adults.

She has written many articles for online publications.

“I love how words can describe everything you think, feel and do. I love to bring kids to where they should be, as if they’re sitting across from the place drinking juice and having a chat. When I write content for kid’s books, I want them to come away with useful knowledge. When I write for the realm of different places, I want my readers to feel every shiver and icy breath of them. “

Emily believes you are defined by the words you use.

Emily resides in Naples Florida with her husband and daughter.  Other activities include Teaching after school reading and the whole family fishes in the Gulf of Mexico whenever they can.

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