Today’s guest is an Indie Children’s book author, who published her first book at the age of 16. Now at age 22, she’s releasing her second book in her Duck’s First series. Keep reading and click the links below to learn more.
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SPECIAL GUEST INTERVIEW WITH KYLA SIMS (AUTHOR KMJ)!
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Friday August 9, 2019
MORE ABOUT GUEST AUTHOR KMJ…
Kyla Sims, also known by the pseudonym KMJ, is the author of children’s literature, Duck’s
First Day of School and the young adult novel, Laws of Passion. KMJ has always had a passion for
writing. She penned her first book, featuring the popular character Duck when she was 7 years old. It was
not until KMJ turned 16 years old that she decided to pursue publishing under the advisement of her
Now at the age of 22 years old, KMJ continues to cultivate her craft and writing career. Currently,
she is in the process of releasing the next book in her Duck’s First Day series, which follows the theme of
teaching children to appreciate the differences of others. When KMJ is not publishing she enjoys
interacting with fans across social media and posting about books and publishing on her blog titled, KMJ
Book Title: Duck’s First Day of School
“Duck is entirely based on my life and my experiences growing up. I really took it from me and what I
went through going to elementary school – being scared and having those feelings.” – Kyla Sims
Duck’s First Day of school entails the trials and tribulations that a young boy named Duck
experiences while attending school for the first time. Will Duck make new friends? Or will bullies get
in his way? If you have a child that is going to school for the first time, or is special needs, or is even
homeschooled this delightful tale is just for them. Duck relates to everyone by showing you can
conquer your fears with courage that just multiplies. In addition, children will learn to appreciate the
differences of others.
Book Title: Duck’s First Day of Giving
Duck’s First Day of Giving entails Duck learning the importance of giving back. Also, see
what happens when a new student moves to Barnwell during giving back week. Will Duck complete
his giving mission? Or will Duck’s fear of failing prevent him from giving back to his community?
Finally, will the new student be welcomed with open arms? If you have a child that is going to school
for the first time, or is special needs, or is even homeschooled this delightful tale is just for them.
Duck relates to everyone by showing you can conquer your fears with courage that just multiplies. In
addition, children will learn to appreciate the differences of others and understand that there is
strength found in friendship.
Release date: October 5, 2019
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