Spin It Like That.
Taylor wrote that story, along with The Pledge and its sequel, The Promise. She also owns Taylor Editorial Service, which edits manuscripts for aspiring and established authors. Her goal in writing these stories is to reach people who go through similar struggles and help them apply lessons to their real lives. Every teen deals with wanting to obey their parents and also wanting to follow their dreams. Sometimes, those two are totally different. So what do you do?
Come meet Chandra Sparks Taylor and join her for a writing workshop. Who knows. Maybe you’ve got a story that can be an inspiration to someone else too.
☼ Thursday, April 8 @ 3:30 pm – West End (Workshop)
☼ Monday, April 12 @ 4:00 pm – Springville Road (Book signing)
☼ Tuesday, April 20 @ 3:30 pm – West End (Book signing)
☼ Monday, April 26 @ 4:00 pm – Springville Road (Workshop)
For more information about Taylor, visit her site at http://www.chandrasparkstaylor.com/. Also check out her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/booksbychandrasparkstaylor.
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