Struttin' My Stuff and Lovin' It!

My main thing in life is writing. I practice it everyday. Sometimes I blog, some times I tweet, sometimes I just like to sit and post stuff on Facebook, but all in all, I am still writing or typing something.

I write articles as a freelancer and I even jumped into doing my own little thing as an entrepreneur, where I operate or run my own little online freelance writing and editing business called Dream Writers’ Essentials.

But, the biggest thrill of all for me is becoming an author of books for children and young adults. I write fiction and short stories. I am not patient enough to sit and write a novel…..too many pages to fill. But who knows, one day I just might do that for you can never underestimate a writer who has a purpose and a vision.

By the way, I have seven published books and two  more story ideas were recently sent to a publisher for review. I am keeping my fingers crossed that the get accepted. This is the hard part of being an author/writer, waiting to see if your manuscript will be accepted; sometimes that can take months, which shows a writer must be patient when on this chosen career path. That’s why you do other things to occupy your mind while you wait, or you can work on a new story idea if you get too fidgety; anything to keep your fingers on the keyboard, or a pencil in your hand. Just like right now, I am busy writing as I update this website, that I plum forgot about. This page totally slipped my mind. To that, all I can say is….shame on me! Better late than never is what I always say. Well, at least it will be done today.

So, with that said, let me move on. Let me give you the titles of my books. That would be a big help when you go shopping on Amazon or at Barnes and Noble; keeping in mind that my books come in paperback form and as ebooks for all you Kindle lovers.

Itchy Scratchy Spots

Broken Voice

A New Home for Her Cubs

Wohali and the Little People

Sugar and Spice Fairy Tales for Girls

Smiles and Frowns through Animal Town’s Story Book

Stories from Grandma’s Garden

My books prove that I love what I do and I hope you do too. So pick up a book today by author Winona Rasheed of Washington DC.



2 Comment(s)

  1. Gede Prama

    March 6, 2014 at 6:35 am

    Dear friend, Thank you very much, I was really happy to have been following your blog. I’m still a lot to figure out, and here I can only say that you are an awesome blogger, full Inspiring and hope you can inspire more readers. Thanks and greetings compassion from Gede Prama :)

  2. author winona

    March 6, 2014 at 3:30 pm

    Bless your heart, Gede. Thank you for your kind words. I love blogging because I love writing. I love passing on experience, values and inspiration to others. And sometimes, I just like to blow off steam when something upsets me. What a great way to release stress…writing will let you do that. I am so happy that you follow my blog, I am glad to have you aboard. So, from my humbled heart to yours, I say thanks. Hugs and smooches my new friend.

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