Beth Hammond Books

Writer of fantasy. Lover of life.



Free Children’s Picture Book = Happy Tiny Humans

Free this week Feb. 1st – 5th I give to you an absolutely absurd book. Absurd? Yes, the silliness abounds in this tale of toes who are people…with personalities…and smells. Smells? Yes smells. Do Your Toes Stink Good? Public Service… Continue Reading →

A Subjective Review – The Art of Receiving

It’s going to happen. You’re going to get book reviews that sting. Some things to consider when you get reviews that have critical content: Often they will conflict with other reviewers opinions. Why? Because art is subjective. It’s important to respect… Continue Reading →

Debut Book -YA Fantasy “The Sound of the Stones”

My head is spinning. I couldn’t sleep. This is what release day feels like? The Sound of the Stones is out! The ancient book about the past holds the future. Frankie is the key. She doesn’t remember stopping at the… Continue Reading →

My Attempt at Video Blogging – No Throwing Fruit at the Screen!

Do Your Toes Stink Good? – Toes are people too!  Ok, folks with little ones, or even those who just like silly children’s books:D My first published book went live this week. It’s free for this Monday-Friday only. I will be posting a blog on the process of publishing… Continue Reading →

These Are Not The Droids You’re Looking For…

Seriously, they aren’t droids. They’re toes and I’m posting this so I can link it into a children’s book submission for ‘Do Your Toes Stink Good?’. Move along, nothing to see here….

When To Use A Two-Syllable No…

Sometimes you have to say no. ‘No’ is a simple one-syllable word. You can change tone and inflection to make your no sound less or more harsh. You can add words around the ‘no’ to strengthen or soften the blow…. Continue Reading →

Inappropriate Me….

My daughter is having a sleepover. One of the friends showed up and I spoke with the mom a bit and followed her onto the front porch. We spoke of a few more small things and I peered over her… Continue Reading →

Things I learned from July 2014 Camp NanoWriMo:

  Things I learned from July 2014 Camp NanoWriMo:   Putting 50K words down on paper in a coherent manner, all pertaining to one project in just 31 days is difficult. My hair likes to be washed. Writing sprints are… Continue Reading →

Dinner and a pledge…

This actually happened tonight at dinner. My kids and I sat down to a normal meal of bulgogi burgers, beans, and of course white rice. (Do you see the blend of Korean and American in there? My husband is half… Continue Reading →

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