As the author of more than a dozen books myself, I can say without question that writing a book takes dedication, heart and a little bit of guts. But it is so worth it…. finishing that first book was an accomplishment that transformed my life like no other!
Ten family friendly adventures and the story of the family who took them Click to Purchase
Riley moves into a large old house off campus with her friend Gwen, her cousin Kyle and a newcomer named Jonathan. It will be a year they will not forget. The house is strange, alluring, and scary all at the same time. Click to Purchase
Kathy is the owner of KJD Legal, a virtual law firm dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and professionals start, own and operate the business they have been dreaming of. From establishment to contracts, trademarks to copyrights, Kathy helps businesses protect what’s theirs and sleep easily at night. Kathy holds a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University in Bloomington, and a Juris Doctor from Indiana University School of Law Indianapolis. Kathy is licensed to practice law in the States of Indiana and Florida. Kathy and her husband, Jim, have two boys, John and Kaden, who specialize in getting dirty and climbing on things. Click to Purchase
Amanda is searching for love online…. and she meets a host of interesting characters in the process. This is an entertaining short story about finding love – or not – in the modern age. Click to Purchase
Jennie does it all — work, take care of the kids, keep the house clean and cook. But it seems like all her husband Joe does is work, never having having any time for her. After he bails on their anniversary dinner, will it all work out? Click to Purchase
Just in time for Christmas…. a fast paced story about Christine, her baby on its way and the forces of evil that are trying to stop her. Click to Purchase
This cookbook contains a collections of cookie recipes I made with my then two-year old son, “projects” as we call them. The recipes are reasonably easy to make and are tasty to eat.
After more than five years of mysterious symptoms, I started following a gluten free diet in the Spring of 2011. I felt better than I had in years within days. A year or so later, I started seeing a new doctor. She ran blood tests for a variety of allergies, and confirmed that I am allergic to wheat (not gluten), casein (the primary protein in cow’s milk) and eggs.
My husband and I have two little boys, Little J (3) and K-Man (almost 1). K-Man appears to have some food allergies as well. Our kitchen is 90 % gluten free and egg free, and about 75% dairy free. My husband and older son still eat regular bread, cow’s milk and eggs. We use precautions though to make sure we don’t make food for me in a pan that recently cooked eggs. I wipe down the counters obsessively. I clean my phone alot, since it seems that someone small is constantly trying to put crumbs on my phone holder.
With two boys and a house and all the trappings of life as grown ups, and a busy schedule with children and laundry and family and classes and all of the other things that we do, our family does not have the time to go to five or ten stores to find all of the ingredients we need, nor do we honestly have a large food budget — especially in an economy where food prices are skyrocketing.
For more ideas, check out my blog: Foodie with Food Allergies (www.kathyannskitchen.blogspot.com). On it we share tips and tricks for making good food, that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, that can be found in your local grocery store, that your entire family will eat. Click to Purchase
Toddler Little J and his dog Cooper get into mishaps and messes, learning along the way. Click to Purchase
A children’s book highlighting the accomplishments of a toddler. Click to Purchase
A children’s book about a walk in the woods with Mommy and Daddy Click to Purchase
With more than 6,000 books available to advise you on how to lose weight, how do you know where to start? After more than 20 years of trying and failing, trying and succeeding, and trying and trying and trying, author K.C. Davis shares what worked for her. Click to Purchase
Starting a new business can be like jumping off a cliff. You never know if your parachute is going to open. This short book walks you through the basics of corporate structure, contracts, and marketing, along with some practical tips for the everyday business owner. Click to Purchase
Finding out you or your child can’t eat gluten can be a bit of shock. This article gives some practical advice on making the switch. Specifically, the article focuses on meal and snack ideas that involve foods found at your regular grocery store, that do not rely on multiple specialty foods. Click to Purchase
The real life answers to the questions people frequently ask the real estate lawyer from how long the foreclosure process usually takes, to the rights of landlords and tenants, to condemnation and eminent domain. This book provides a brief overview of the answers to a number of real life questions and situations. Click to Purchase
I spent more than 8 months planning the transition from full time employee to full time business owner. I even thought I was all ready to go when the day finally came. Over the next 8 months though, I had more challenges than I had imagined. The law was the easy part. The hard part was the back end of running a law firm. This workbook will walk you through a three part process I have used before. We will talk about Inspiration, Possibility and Implementation. Click to Purchase
Are you ready to create the lawyer life you dreamed of? Let’s get started! This workbook will walk you through a three part process and help you create a vision for your legal practice focused on your passions. Discover how to start your own practice, find clients, live a life you are passionate about and more. Click to Purchase
I debated opening my own business for years. I wanted more flexibility in my time and I was getting tired of the constant competition. I wanted to be able to focus on what was important to me – my family, my clients, and myself. I spent more than 8 months planning the transition from full time employee to full time business owner. I even thought I was all ready to go when the day finally came. Over the next 8 months though, I had more challenges than I had imagined. The law was the easy part. The hard part was the back end of running a business. This workbook will walk you through a three part process I have used before. We will talk about Inspiration, Possibility and Implementation. Are you ready? Let’s get started! Click to Purchase