Katey gave us a great review! You can go read it on her blog. The link is down below. You can also go find her on Instagram as @kateyreads. Thanks so much for the review Katey! From GoodReads: “I gave a formal review & 4.5 rating on my blog. Check it out at...
We got a review on Instagram from @themelodramaticbookworm. @themelodramaticbookworm writes: There are stories that make you smile because of how they are woven. There are stories that make you smile because of how they end. This one, however, written by...
GIVEAWAY!!! GIVEAWAY!!! GIVEAWAY!!! We have two different giveaways going on right now. Our first giveaway is on Facebook. Look for Livingston Writing and follow our page. Once you have started following us then look for the original post for the giveaway. There are...
Phoenix ‘Nix’ and Jean-Luc have been best friends since kindergarten. On their way to Swashbuckler Elementary for the first day of fifth grade they meet Earth Blossom ‘Eddy’ a precocious kid who has lived his entire life on communes and environmental retreats, who is also in their class. The three become fast friends. All is not well in Bellybutton. The adults have been acting strangely and the curious friends decided to try solve the mystery without getting grounded.
Fifth grade screams: The Roaming Dead is a lighthearted adventure designed for children who are graduating into chapter books. Short, funny, and engaging, The Roaming dead will draw young readers in and keep them entertained as they learn the joy of becoming life long readers.
Janee’ Livingston is a Native-American Author. She has been writing since the age of six. Her first taste of fame came in third grade when she wrote a play for her class and her teacher enabled her to perform it. Janee’ went on as a teenager to win several creative writing competitions and as a nineteen-year-old she wrote, produced, and co-directed a play in her hometown in Northern Arizona. These days Janee’ is living her dream as a writer.
Frank Livingston wrote his first story in the eighth grade, Sammy the Skunk was not received by critics as well as it could have been and was subsequently rejected for publication by all major publishing houses. Undeterred Frank went on to craft a number of tales, none of which were believed by the Vice Principal of his High School.
Frank, continued his journey, some may say foolishly, at Brigham Young University, focusing on a field where he felt his turn of phrase and penchant for BS would flourish, graduating with a degree in Political Science.
Frank is the dedicated father to one son as well as bearded dragon. So it may well be said that Frank is the Father of Dragons or Dragon.