One Thing I Learned From Dr. Seuss

For those who don't know, today is March 2nd, and it is author extraordinaire Dr. Seuss' birthday. America celebrates Uncle Seuss' birthday with #ReadAcrossAmerica. During this "holiday," a lot of (primary) educators encourage students to read. I would like to take today a step further and encourage you guys (my readers) to write. Why? Because if there's one thing I've learned from Dr. Seuss, it's to value your own voice.

No one has a story like yours, so you should share your unique story with the world. <-- Those are my words. 

Instead of reading my words, I made a YouTube video just for you. Yes, I know. I'm back on YouTube. It's exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. (See the video below, and feel free to subscribe to my YouTube channel.)

You can pre-order my new e-book, How To Write Your First Book: Helping Aspiring Authors Overcome The Book-Writing Hurdle at or CLICK HERE.

Happy Writing!