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Donna Sager Cowan
Donna Sager Cowan
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 3
  • Profession: Author, Speaker, School & Group Author visits
  • Born: 22 February
  • Member Since: Feb 2019
  • Profile Views: 3,935
  • Followers: 172
  • Writing:

    Children's
BIOGRAPHY

Writing middle grade children’s chaper books. Inspiring imagination, self worth, and superheroes.

Creating the spark to ignite a future blazing with dreams and possibility.

A mother, grandmother, random fact finder, and Superhero in training.

  • Donna Sager Cowan

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With the Curiosity of a Cat

Publish Date: Nov 12, 2019

Genre: Children's

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With the Curiosity of a Cat

With the Curiosity of a Cat

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Publication Date: Nov 12, 2019

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With the Courage of a Mouse (Superhero School)

With the Courage of a Mouse (Superhero School)

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Publication Date: Nov 13, 2018

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With the Courage of a Mouse (The Superhero School Book 1)

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Publication Date: Nov 13, 2018

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    • ldnash 4 monthsAuthor
    • Hi! And thanks for following me! It's very nice to meet you.
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    • donnasagercowan 5 monthsAuthor
    • The age range for middle grade is typically between 7-12 years old. Most confuse the genre with middle school.

      Also, that writing children’s books are easy. They are much tougher and require more planning, plotting, and promotion.
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    • allauthor 5 monthsAllauthor
    • What is that one thing you think readers generally don't know about your specific genre?
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      • christineucowin 4 monthsAuthor
      • Hi Donna, I am writing my autobiography. It will be a series. The series will cover my years discovering what I observed in my family.
        I don’t think readers realise; the impact the family has on their child or children and the path they are setting up for their child or children, into adulthood. And it’s not to blame the parent or carers, it’s a journey for some of us to conquer the self imposed beliefs; we chose to take on from what we observed.
        Being a very observant child and a very spiritual being I have a mission to understand this.
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