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Melissa D. Savage is a child and family therapist and the founder of Tobin Scott Foundation. She is a middle grade author and has written four books for young readers with a fifth book in the works! Melissa has been writing stories since she was seven years old and loves writing adventures for kids of all ages. She enjoys delving into the mystery of hidden creatures, unknown phenomena, and even treasure hunts. But Melissa also believes that story is a great way to learn new things, grow from adversity, and even heal from hard journeys. Melissa depicts different types of family systems in her stories and difficult issues that some families must endure at times. But most importantly she creates stories about thriving through adversity, coping with life's obstacles and growing from pain. You can follow Melissa on Twitter, Instagram, and Threads. To learn more about her work supporting families dealing with complex, pediatric illness or loss through the power of story, you can follow Tobin Scott Foundation on Twitter, Instagram, Threads, and Facebook.
Lemonade Liberty Witt
"It’s an important name. The most important name in the whole world. I say it out loud every day so the world remembers how important it is. And that it still matters to someone. And also so it doesn’t disappear. Like she did."
"His voice is calm and his smile is that special one he gives me when I need it the most. A smile that says a lot without any words at all. It says that I’m okay and he’s okay and so is everything else in the world right this minute. And for a few seconds, while that smile is shining it’s light, a bright ray bursting through a worry storm, it actually feels true."
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"Someone needs to do something. And I think that someone should be us?"
Thank you to all the amazing Readers who have shared your
Artistic visions from my stories! Keep reading and keep creating!
Ada Ru Fitzhugh
Words may seem innocent enough, but I'm here to tell you that they're a way bigger deal than people know. They are so powerful, in fact, that they can change us in a single solitary second. Words can propel you so high that you could fly straight up to the sky blue. Or can seem so heavy on your shoulders that you think you'll never stand straight again. And there's one reason for that. Words make us feel. And feelings are everything. They control who we are and how we live and every single choice we make.