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Get to Know Author S. Dodson

Let's give a warm welcome to S. Dodson, author of Teen Girls Need L.O.V.E. Please check out her book website, and let me know what you think of it when you are done.


1. Please tell readers about your current book.
Teen Girls Need L.O.V.E. is suitable for the straight A student, the
troubled teen, and the girl looking to be empowered. The goal is to
transform our teens into successful women by giving them the tools
needed to build their self confidence and self esteem. This book
focuses on the hottest topics facing teens such as relationships, self
esteem, bullying, the importance of education, and how to set goals.
If guidance is what you need, Teen Girls Need L.O.V.E. is here to the
rescue!



2. Who or what inspires your writing?
Life inspires me to write. I was inspired to write Teen Girls Need
L.O.V.E. after hearing about so many teens committing suicide after
being bullied. My heart went out to the teens. I felt it was important
to write a book that shows teens that they can overcome any problem
life throws their way.


3. When did you know you would be a writer?
I knew I wanted to be a writer my senior year of high school. I took a
competitive speaking class and enjoyed seeing my writing come to life.


4. How long did it take you to write your first novel?
It took me six months to write my first book. I was juggling school,
work, and writing.


5. What is the hardest part of writing for you?
The hardest part of writing is staying focused. I have so many
different things going on at once that I get easily distracted so I
try to put myself on a writing schedule.


6. Do you have any writing rituals?
My writing rituals consist of writing the beginning and ending then
filling in the middle of the story.


7. Have you written any thing else?
This is my first non-fiction book. I've written fiction books, poems,
and short stories.


8. Any advice to aspiring writers?
My advice is to have thick skin because everyone is not going to like
your work. Sometimes you may get writer's block or feel like the end
is not in sight. Take a break if you have to, but finish the
product.It is nothing more rewarding then seeing your work come to
life.


9. Who is your favorite Author? What is your favorite book?
I have too many to choose just one favorite. I like books from many
different genres.


10. What are you currently reading?
I'm currently reading a text book about qualitative design.


11. How do readers find out more about you?
Readers can find out more about me by visiting my website at
www.teengirlsneedlove.com. You can also send me an email at
teengirlsneedlove@gmail.com.

Author Bio:
S.Dodson is originally from Arkansas and currently resides in Northern
Virginia. She is pursuing a doctorate degree in education specializing
in adult learning and higher education. She holds a B.A. in psychology
and a M.A. in counseling from Her memberships include Kappa Delta Pi
honor s society, Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority incorporated, and the
American Management Association.Teen Girls Need L.O.V.E. is her first
non-fiction book. She wrote this book with the hopes of inspiring all
teens to push to the next level.



Teen Girls Need L.O.V.E. is suitable for the straight A student, the troubled teen, and the girl looking to be empowered. The goal is to transform our teens into successful women by giving them the tools needed to build their self confidence and self esteem. This book focuses on the hottest topics facing teens such as relationships, self esteem, bullying, the importance of education, and how to set goals. If guidance is what you need, Teen Girls Need L.O.V.E. is here to the rescue!

Paperback: 164 pages
Publisher: Mahogney Ink Publications
ISBN: 9780982795026
Purchase at Amazon

Comments

  1. yes they do! i love anything that helps girls and women.

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  2. This book was an excellent read for all teen girls.

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  3. sounds like the book my daughter needs

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