Orlando, FL, August 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. invites readers, parents and community in Windsor Ontario to visit Chapters Indigo at Devonshire Mall on Sunday, 31 August 2014, from 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Take some time out of pre-school preparations to meet and greet author Kim Lunansky. She is signing her latest title and sharing her anecdotal guidebook to alternative parental submonitions in "How to Teach Your Kids to Swear" the 2nd Bonus Edition.
This anecdotal and satirical work, speaks to the taboos of swearing and appropriate communications to aimed at aiding parents through true to life fictional narrative and lessons-learned. It features mature content and is intended for parents and those readers over age 21. Ms. Lunansky has aired on national, regional and local news stations and is beginning a tour in the United States at this time. Her title is being considered by Spencer Gift Stores and Bookmasters is prepared to produce it in quantity (for Ingram) and Chapters carries her title at this time.
Her title is very well received by both educators and psychologists who state it is a healthy approach to the age old taboo of swear words, children and communications. And, the subtitle . . . "an anecdotal guide sharing alternative parental submonitions™ receives a lot of questions from readers who presume submonitions is a typo for either admonition or submunition but it is not. The subtitle is fairly basic, it means, "It's okay to be irreverent when the outcome is beneficial." Kim's title is anecdotal because her narrative is derived from casual observations of the parenting life. It is a guide because anecdotes she shares demonstrate exercises for improvement. It is an alternative parental submonition because the author’s way of thinking is alternative. Rather than use the soap in the mouth procedural handed down through time by generations of parents (which has not cured swearing to this very day); Ms. Lunansky provides parental prompts or suggestions. And, submonition means exactly that prompting or suggestion (i.e.: sub`mo`ni´tion aka n. suggestion; prompting – Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by C. & G. Merriam Co.). The ™ trademark demonstrates ownership of Ms. Lunansky’s newest guidebook to aid parents in achieving the best for their children in addressing not only swearing but healthful parent to child relations.
To order bulk copies, arrange signings and/or interviews for Ms. Lunansky and her title, "How to Teach Your Kids to Swear: an anecdotal guide to alternative parental submonitions" write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, visit Kim on social media:
Wordpress Blog: kimlunansky.wordpress.com
Website: www.kimlunansky.org (under development)