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Reading Levels!

Good morning, my lovies!

I had some weird dreams last night, and I’m excited to say that I now have a great idea for book three of The Demon Bunny Chronicles!

But that’s not the point of this blog post.

I am writing these books for my daughter, Alex. When she entered third grade, she was only reading at a first grade level. Every parent wants to do whatever it takes to help their children succeed.

What did I do?

I decided to write a book for my sweet daughter. Occasionally, I would have a finished chapter waiting for her to read when she came home from school. It was totally awesome to watch her imagination blossom and her reading skills improve. Greatly, actually.

I am extremely excited to announce to you that Alex was tested before the summer break, and guess what! Her reading level shot up from the first grade reading level to the … DRUM ROLL … fifth grade reading level!

Now, I’m sure my book isn’t the whole reason for her extensive improvement, but I am confident that it helped her broaden her mind and open up those dams that held her back. She is writing and creating artwork every day. I am so thankful that I am able to help her reach her goals!

How do I plan to improve upon that idea?

I have decided to incorporate her fourth grade study words into the third book of this series.

I’m pleased with the idea, and I hope your children appreciate my books as much as Alex!

Sincerest regards,

Vanessa Shockley ❤

Demon Bunny Inkblots!

Demon Bunny Inkblot 1Good evening, my lovelies!

One of my all-time favorite hobbies is painting inkblots. I love creating something amazing, knowing that every single person will see something altogether different. It’s fun and awesome and we love it!

Alex and I were painting the other day, trying to figure out how we wanted to depict Leigh, the main demon bunny character in my new series. She attempted to recreate the cover art, and well … I admired her for trying, I really did; however, I wanted to show her how important it was to find her individuality.

So, I created my first Demon Bunny Inkblot!

What do you think?
What do you see?

Sincerest regards,

Vanessa Jean Shockley