Monthly Archives: December 2019
My dears, I’m making a business plan. I’ve written a children’s book on the blessed Trinity. It is straight-forward, rhyming, simple, orthodox language to help parents and children think and talk about their God. I have gotten feedback and approval from others about the text, saved up money to have it illustrated, found a deal for that illustration work, and now I’m planning & organizing before taking the plunge. To that end, I need to gather some information on how many sales I might be able to make in the first year or two of sales. Thus, I’m putting together a poll on Trinity for Tots for the occasion.
Today I’ll share a link to a poem, “Advent,” by Christina Rossetti. It’s a lovely little read from an Anglo-Catholic Anglican. 🙂
I’d like to give a little shout-out to pastors’ wives. This month I’ve been seeing quite of a few of them post about interesting things they create and sell. Well, you know how I am when I hear about Lutheran artists, crafters, etc. 🙂 It makes me want to share!
Folks, I’ll try not to do it too often, but I can’t help but think my books make for good Christmas ideas. Do you know what I’ve written?