Dr Dawn Menge, a special education teacher and award-winning author from Los Angeles, shares from-the-trenches advice for starting out as an author. She also shares how her own writing journey started and how she uses it to advocate for the disabled.
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Highlights of this episode:
- How Dawn started her writing journey.
- Advice for starting your own writing career.
- Dawn’s favourite book marketing strategy.
- How to get help with your book.
- Best stories to write about.
Dr. Dawn Menge has won seventy International awards as the published author of the Queen Vernita’s Educational Series and Dragon’s Breath, including the Special Recognition Champion Award from Conquering Disabilties with Film, Best Written Word from Miracle Makers Film, Hollywood Dreams Film and International Author Boss Award from Power Conversations Magazine.
Her published works also include: THE SIX FEDERAL INDIVIDUAL EDUCATION PLAN GOALS AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THEIR IMPLEMENTATION IN PREPARING FOR TRANSITION. Dr. Dawn Menge has a PHD in Education. She specializes in Curriculum and Instruction. She also holds a Master’s and a Clear Credential in Moderate/Severe Disabilities and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development.
Dr. Dawn Menge has been teaching students with severe cognitive delays for over twenty years, and mentors/lectures graduate students. Dr. Dawn Menge is the mother of three, and the grandmother of six beautiful grandchildren.