Boundaries and New Horizons

Hello and welcome to my weekly blog post!

Today I am pleased to announce that there will soon be an addition to my publications. With this one, I test boundaries…my own that is, as well as test a new audience. My newest addition fills a need that few seem to think of, yet everyone acknowledges the reader craves. It is revolutionary in that it takes reality and fantasy and makes them one and introduces a whole new generation of readers to something new and magical that will continue to be a part of their lives. I see some that do similar and close to, but this does it in a way that makes the reader part the grown up community. So, that is the teaser for my blog post.

Generally people have something they do well. They find their niche. But, what about when you are newer and still looking to find your niche? If you’ve found your niche and are growing complacent, then this will help you to think about testing your own limits.
If you are happy with your niche, that is awesome and I congratulate you.

When you are newer and want to test your wings, though, it might be a good time for experimentation. Sometimes it takes time to find where you fit in your chosen profession and sticking with safe isn’t always productive. So, always understand that it is fine to try something new. If it doesn’t work, you can always go back to your niche.

I do consider being an author of e-books a profession. Why, because it is a forum for putting forth your ideas and getting knowledge to readers. It gives readers a chance to experience new things in an affordable price range. It is something that is open to almost everyone. Some of my books are in our local library which opens up this world to even the lower income levels where the library allows online access or borrowing of readers.

So, be unrealistically realistic and find your niche, but be open to new horizons.

Thanks for reading my blog and your interest in A & J PEI Treasures!

The pathway to knowledge is sometimes partially hidden, magical and waiting to be discovered!
The pathway to knowledge is sometimes partially hidden, magical and waiting to be discovered

Published by ejstoo

E Jean Simpson, is the author, blogger, podcaster and one of the photographers of A & J PEI Treaures. A & J PEI Treasures is located on Prince Edward Island, Canada. All opinions stated in the Blog Post are my opinions and may not be that of A & J PEI Treasures. We are made up of a husband and wife team and our companion animals. There are a number of things that drew us to the Island…one of which was the natural beauty of the area. We enjoy constructing things and renovations to our place, upcycling, photography, writing, and a simpler lifestyle. Some of our e-books are winners of the Canada Book Awards ( ​​​​​​​Quotes, Poems and Thoughts: With Pictures from Prince Edward Island, Canada, ​​​​​​​Rocky Mountain Memories (Accepted for the 2020 Reader's Choice General Nonfiction- *(Canada Book Award winner​​​​​​​) ​​​​​​​Floral Photography: Hope of Life and for the Future *(Canada Book Award winner ​​​​​​​From the Lens of my Camera: This and That and a Big Black Cat. *(Canada Book Award winner How to Publish an E-book on a Budget of $0: Making your Dreams a Reality The Big Kid’s Magical Path to Numbers (The Big Kid's Magical Path Book 1) (Canada Book Award 2020 winner The Big Kid’s Magical Path to The Alphabet (The Big Kid's Magical Path Book 2) (Canada Book Award 2020 winner The Big Kid's Magical Path to Shapes in Nature (The Big Kid's Magical Path Book 3) The Big Kid's Magical Path to Colours in Nature (The Big Kid's Magical Path Book 4) The Big Kid's Magical Path to Insects in Nature (The Big Kid's Magical Path Book 5) More to follow! ​​​​​​​Thank you for your interest. E Jean Simpson/Andrew Simpson of A & J PEI Treasures (2019). You can find us at: ​​​​​​​ (Pinterest) (Twitter) (YouTube) (GoodReads) (Amazon) ​​​​​​​ (BookBub) ​​​​​​​ (LinkedIn) (WordPress) New addition, we have podcasts started on Anchor FM and can be found on the following: Anchor (Anchor). Anchor also distributes the podcast to: Breaker Google Podcasts Pocket Casts RadioPublic Spotify Apple iHeart Radio: ​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​ *(Canada Book Award winner​​​​​​​) is noted on books that won

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