Typos and Mistakes

As strange as it may sound, some books do have typos or mistakes. Not all of them, but I’ve found a few and I’ve just laughed a little about it. Mistakes happen and so do typos. For instance the words peak vs peek. Both words are pronounced the same, but spelled different, because they have different meanings. The reason I bring this up, is because I’m diving back into the Finkleton world and preparing to

Saving Finkleton

Finkleton fans want to know! In last few posts, I explained why I’ve fallen behind on my writing. Sadly, it happens. I work a full time job and that keeps me busy during the day. When I was writing Saving Finkleton, the storyline for My Name is Rapunzel invaded my mind and I put Saving Finkleton on hold for a while to finish Rapunzel’s story. I meant to go back to Saving Finkleton, but life

Special Thanks to Poestenkill Elementary School NY

Special thanks to all the students, teachers and parents of Poestenkill Elementary School in NY for reading The Magic of Finkleton in their One Book, One School program. Thank you Miss MacChesney for letting me know The Magic of Finkleton was being read by the students and teachers. Principle DeWitt’s educational blog: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/finding_common_ground/?intc=thed   KC HiltonK.C. is a wife, mother and entrepreneur. She self-published the award-winning Finkleton series and My Name is Rapunzel under the