Award Winning Author Michelle Zink Shares Some Advice for Kids

Today we have another installment for my advice series celebrating the launch of 101 Success Secrets for Gifted Kids: The Ultimate Guide.

Today’s guest: Award Winning Author, Michelle Zink:

Michelle Zink lives in New York and has always been fascinated with ancient myths and legends. Never satisfied with simply reading them, she usually ends up asking, “What if?” Sometimes asking only leads to more questions, but every now and then, when everything falls into place just right, a story is born. Prophecy of the Sisters is one of those stories.

Take it away Michelle:

Never let someone tell you that you can’t. You can do and be anything.

I love the simplicity of this. In fact, it is crazy close to one of my 101 Success Secrets! There is such truth in it, right? THANK YOU Michelle.

Want to share your own advice for kids? Leave it in the comments or snatch the jpg and do your own post. I’ll be doing giveaways on Fridays throughout the month, giving various book swag prizes. So leave a comment and let me know if you do your own post!

For more great advice for kids, be sure to check out 101 Success Secrets for Kids – featuring advice from me and hundreds of kids about school, friends, family and life. The book features tip sheets, quizzes, and fun crafts all designed to help kids embrace life and live to their potential. Available from Prufrock Press, Amazon and booksellers everywhere.

Come back next week for more advice from Ali Cross, Lisa Rivero, Michelle McLean and many many others! And don’t forget to leave comments all week on the various posts. I’ll choose a random commenter to win a book swag prize pack!

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