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Guest Post with Traci Sanders

Okay, so I did a post last week asking if anyone wanted to promote or blog on my WordPress and site and despite getting only one response, I don’t think it will disappoint.

Introducing Traci Sanders!

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Author and mother of three, Traci Sanders has been composing poetry, songs, and children’s stories since the young age of ten. In 2003, she opened her home to young children in her community offering “beyond the basics” teachings. In 2008, she was recognized by the Child Care Resource and Referral Agency as Family Childcare Provider of the Year and was featured in two local newspapers.
In 2010, she furthered her education by earning her Child Development Associates degree and was a recipient of the FIRST (First Incentive for Raising Standards among Teachers) Award presented by the Child Care Commissioner of her state. She continues to shape the young minds of the future through her home-based childcare program. Her daily interactions with these children provide constant inspiration for her writing and she plans to continue on this path until her story has reached “The End.”
Traci has two goals in writing books: to help people and to evoke strong emotions in readers.

To date, she has published six books. Her most recent is a paranormal romance titled, “Unsevered.” It was released on August 31, 2015. 

She also released her second children’s book “The Chocolate Monsters” in April 2016.

She is an avid reader and writer, and finds inspiration all around her.

Samples of Traci’s Work, Including Links 

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Local news anchor, Amber Woods, seemed to have it all – a thriving career, two beautiful children, and a doting husband named Drake. Life was perfect…until her world was turned upside down in one fateful night. While the incident caused Amber to renew her priorities; Drake was unable to deal with what happened, and sank into a deep depression laced with infidelity and alcohol. Hoping a change of scenery would salvage her quickly deteriorating marriage, Amber agreed to move to New York; but it didn’t take long for her to discover that the past is not always left in the past. Can Amber save her marriage without losing herself along the way? What will she do when darkness breaks her will to keep trying?

“A real and authentic romance” M. Abbott (UK)

“Heavy Subject Matter, Hope Filled Message” T. Dearen

A short and engaging read” H. Kent


Drake’s feet tore a cautious but swift path to the double doors, and stopped when he reached the waiting room. His hands trembled as he filled out the papers. Then, he alternated between sitting and standing, unable to settle, as he anticipated the doctor’s arrival. After what seemed like an eternity, Drake spied a white coat out of the corner of his eye.

“Mr. Woods?” A deep, soothing voice summoned him.

Drake turned to see a male physician, possibly in his late fifties, who sported a head full of dark black hair, and appeared to be in excellent physical shape. He shook the doctor’s hand as he confirmed his name.

“I am Dr. Davis. I am the surgeon on your wife’s case. We need to talk about your wife’s current condition.” His words were spoken in a matter-of-fact tone, almost with arrogance.

Drake sat down. The words “We need to talk,” echoed in his mind. He had heard those words from Amber many times, especially lately, and good news never followed.

“Is she alive?” He could barely summon his voice to ask the question.

“She is, but remains in critical condition. Amber suffered severe trauma to the head and is currently in a coma. Amazingly, she came through with only a few broken bones, and those can be mended. Our major concern right now is her brain. We were able to stop the hemorrhaging, but there is still quite a bit of swelling left behind. We are monitoring that now and giving her …”

Drake’s head felt as though it had swelled. His ears rang. He wanted to hear every word the doctor said, but his heart pounded louder than the doctor’s voice, and his tears masked his sight. He pictured his sweet love lying on a hospital bed, hooked up to a plethora of machines and IV drips, as she clung to her last breath of life. He worried about the children too, but felt a powerful obligatory presence with the love of his life in that moment. After all, she was the reason he even became a father. Where have these loving thoughts about her been hiding for so long?

When Drake’s mind and ears returned to the conversation, the doctor said, “I need to get back to check on Amber now. I will send the Chaplain in to speak with you. Is there anyone else you’d like us to call? Do you have any other questions for me?”

Drake only had one: “What now?”

“Now, we wait.”

When Darkness Breaks:

When Darkness Breaks:



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One bottle of chocolate syrup, two mischievous boys, and a busy mommy. What could go wrong?  Based on a true experience with her own two boys, Sanders brings to life a cringe-worthy parenting moment in this whimsical, lighthearted picture book.  Children and parents alike will delight in the colorful illustrations and catchy lines. This is rhyming done right!


My thanks to Traci for providing me with an interesting Monday blog.

Here are a few other links for Traci’s other books! 


Welcome to Poop Camp: The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth about Potty Training


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(Blog) A Word With Traci:







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