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The Inkless Tales Logo:
when you see this, you can click and return to the home page. Pages with this logo contain stories, poems, offline projects, and interactive learning games - rigorously tested to be fun. SSH! The kids don't necessarily KNOW they're learning.

Recommended by the American Library Association, the Internet Public Library, the Encyclopedia Britannica, and Reading Is Fundamantal (RIF).

Now offering VIRTUAL (Online) VISTS.

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The Inkless Tunes Logo: New (ish), this section of the site is due for a major expansion. Right now, it basically offers MP3s (for the Low, Low Price of 99¢ a download) plus lots of free downloads, too. It also offers videos for the kids to watch - something we're doing more and more

Visit www.inklesstunes.com for the latest songs, posted often.

CD: Sing Out Loud

If you like, you can also buy my CD - "Sing Out Loud" in the online store: http://www.inklesstales.com/
store.

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About Inkless Tales (and now,
Inkless Tunes.)

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Elizabeth Williams Bushey

Hi. I'm Elizabeth Williams Bushey, and I created Inkless Tales twelve years ago this year - 2012- mostly because my literary agent - a really good one, who represented some heavy hitters - was cross with me for having the NERVE to have babies. (Honestly!)

Who could blame her, really? How could she know I was the kind of person who was THIS driven?

That I was determined to SHOW my daughters, not just TELL them, that a single person, as long as they never gave up, genuinely CAN make a difference in the whole wide world, no matter how small they may feel?

Not only that: I was determined to show every kid I could reach that SO COULD THEY. SO CAN ANYONE, as long as they DON'T GIVE UP.

This is a screenshot from my Google Analytics, a feature web masters can sign up for that tracks how many visitors a web site gets, and where they come from. It offers a map of the planet. Everywhere the map is green, you have visitors; everywhere the map is white, you have none.

Here's what Inkless Tales' Google Analytics "Map Overlay" typically looks like:

Inkless Tales' Google Analytics Map Overlay - the entire map is green with visits from every country on the planet

You may note that nowhere on the planet do you find any white spots, anywhere.

Literally EVERY spot on the globe visits Inkless Tales.

It's translated - usually by Google, although I speak several languages myself, into between 50 and 100 languages each month.

The site gets about a million hits a month, averaging about 100,000 page views.

That's a lot of company each month. I try to keep the place tidy.

storiesI began the site because at the time, there was nothing else like it on the Web for kids. Nothing that was bona-fide safe. Nothing that was quality. (I'm a professional writer, and a commercial artist/designer, and I used to be the webmaster for a college, so I know how to build web sites correctly. When the American Library Association called the site "easy to navigate," it was one of the best compliments I'd ever gotten.) poems

So I began. Although I have experience as a journalist (I used to be a newspaper columnist), and a background in public relations and marketing, I've never done any real selling, PR, or marketing of the site - although for the sake of convenience, there IS a fact sheet here on the site, for anyone interested in making an inquiry.

gamesStill. the site grew, and grew, and grew, until - well, as you can see from the graphic above - it's gotten a global reach.

Wow.

The most I hope now, is to inspire kids - and their parents - to do the same. Find something you love, and feel confident. Never give up. Turns out: one single person can really, truly, make a difference.

As long as they never give up. More

Write me anytime - I still answer every letter, and I LOVE mail.

Yours sincerely,

elizabeth

   

the math monsters

Left: Ada Lovelace. Right: Bernoulli Fibonacci. These are "The Math Monsters" from the upcoming web show, "Elizabeth's Attic" soon-to-be launched on Inkless Tales.

jazz dragon

Van Dragison, the Jazz Dragon, from the upcoming web show, "Elizabeth's Attic."