Rita Lorraine Articles 340
Hello Everyone! I'm a former educator of 20+ years with an advanced degree in School Psychology and I'm currently a full-time children's writer, ghost writer, and freelance editor. I earned the 2014 SCBWI Letter of Merit for an unpublished Multicultural manuscript; I am the 2012 Lee and Low New Voices Award Winner; I am the author of Getting a Job in the Food Industry (Rosen Publishing, 2013), Getting the Most Out of MOOC: Massive Open Online Courses (Rosen, 2015); The Right Degree for Me in Healthcare (Rosen, 2015); and African Americans of Chattanooga: A History of Unsung Heroes (The History Press, 2008). I am also a Media Professional for the New York Journal of Books, a member of SCBWI.org, and a member of 12x12 - 12 Picture Books, 12 Months.
Hi Everybody! Are you drooling for a grant? Who isn’t, especially in today’s economy. But to get one, you’ll have to do more than daydream. You’ll have to work hard,... Read more
Designed to be the first of a two-volume historical, African Americans of Chattanooga chronicles the early presence of African Americans in the Chattanooga / Hamilton County area. Read more
Shades of Greatness Volume VI will be completed and ready for distribution on November 15, 2007. This year's theme is "It's Possible." The cost is $12 per calendar, which includes shipping a... Read more
Hubbard has placed 3rd out of 142 entries in the Innerlit Moon Award For Best First Chapter Contest. Hubbard's entry, entitled Shout When Jubilee Comes, is the story of an uneducated but oth... Read more