Monthly Archives: May 2016

Behind the Scenes with John Mayo Smith

Behind the Story Shares organization is a series of talented, experienced professionals who dedicate their skills, time, and passion to improving the quality of our platform so that we may reach more struggling readers, more effectively. We are immeasurably grateful to these volunteers, and so much of our current success and forward movement can be…
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Writer Wednesday Feature: Jean Ciborowski Fahey, PhD

For this week's Writer Wednesday feature, we were fortunate enough to interview Jean Ciborowski Fahey, author, editor, and consultant for early/family literacy. Her book, "Make Time for Reading," is the true story of her daughter Eva's journey towards literacy. In one of many articles regarding this book, the Cape Cod Times writes that, "The text…
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Writer Wednesday Feature: Angela Dell’Isola

  For this week's Writer Wednesday Feature, we interviewed Angela Dell'Isola, author of "Leap of Faith," and our organization's Outreach and Content Manager. Angela is a fantasy writer who has seen the power of words in her own life, and who believes deeply in the goal of the Story Shares organization: to share that power…
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5 Stories on the Power of Friendship

Together with kindness, confidence, curiosity, hope, belonging, and courage, friendship has a tremendous impact on the quality of one’s daily living. Cumulatively, these values comprise the 7 Strengths, a series of core ideas that our friends at LitWorld name as crucial elements for educational success, healthy relationships, and an overall happy and fulfilling life. Friendship…
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Writer Wednesday: Featuring Joe Novara

This week's Writer Wednesday features Joe Novara, author of the My First Horse Series, City Food/Country Food, Quiet Game, Patchooky, and Help for the Humor deprived. Besides the Story Shares library, Joe has been published in a number of other venues, all of which you can find by visiting his blog, Writing for Homeschooled Boys. Be…
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