Esther Williams Bio

Living in Indiana has made Esther Williams a big fan of corn, basketball, and books. Literature has always been one of her favorite subjects, and she is happy to be one of the contributors at Hoosier Chapter Books.

Esther is married with four children and two dogs. Over the years, Esther has been a reader, storyteller, and author. Working with Hoosier Chapter Books has allowed her to combine all three of her loves into one great project.

Hoosier Chapter Books is a small website run by a bunch of ex-journalists (many from Muncie Free Press). The website is all about the fun world of writing and reading. The blog serves as the “online” home for the Hoosier Chapter Books family.

As one of the resident authors and contributors, Esther is always working on a new chapter books, and she’s got a lot of great things in store for the site. Stay tuned for more, as they say! (#IndyRepresent)

She is currently working on writing a children’s book. She’s been in love with writing for as long as she’s known how to read. Her favorite book (currently) is Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein.

She loves reading and writing about poems, and she hopes to encourage reluctant readers.

Latest Articles by Esther Williams

How To Get Your Kids Interested In Your Crafting Projects

We’d all love to see our kids become more interested in home crafting projects. But how can you make it happen in practice? That’s the topic of my article today. I explore some of the methods you can use to ensure they get the most out of the experience and perhaps even undertake projects themselves.  … Read more

Strategies for Developing a Positive Attitude in Children

In the journey of parenting, one of the most rewarding and impactful roles we undertake is shaping our children’s mindset. We aspire not only to nurture our kids into becoming successful individuals but also to instill within them a positive outlook towards life. This positive attitude can significantly enhance their problem-solving skills, personal relationships, and … Read more

Meal Prepping? Here’s Some Delicious Options to Try!

Meal prepping may sound like a difficult job to do if you’ve never done it before, but really it’s going to help you to save time. Incorporating a meal prep Sunday into your weekly routine is so much simpler than you think it is, and it just takes a little planning.  Whether you want to … Read more

Teaching Your Kids to Be More Responsible

Children who are responsible are more likely to succeed in life. They will understand their obligations and take them seriously and they will be better citizens, better employees and better people, as a result.  But how exactly do you teach your kids to be more responsible? By making it seem like a positive part of … Read more

Winterize Your Home to Save Money: 9 Helpful Tips

It’s that time of the year again. The dreaded cold is here and you need to protect your home and loved ones. There are a number of ways you can do it. I’ve put together a list of some of the best ways to do so this winter season. Beyond keeping warm, there’s a lot … Read more

Saving Money As A Family

Knowing how to conserve money is more crucial than ever as the cost of living problem continues to strain family budgets. Families are concerned about how much their energy bills will cost after the new energy price cap goes into effect, food prices are rising, and we’re all still looking for ways to cut costs … Read more

How to Honor and Keep Memories Alive

Memories are a precious things. They are the snapshots of our lives, the pieces that we keep to remind us of who we are and where we have been. Memories can be happy or sad, but they all hold a special place in our hearts. For many people, memories are all they have left of … Read more

7 Fun Sweater Weather Play Ideas for Autumn

Seven Indoor Activities for Sweater Weather Autumn is the season of sweaters. With more people spending time inside in the northern hemisphere, I’ve put together a list of seven fun activities and play ideas to keep you warm and entertained with your family during the season of cozy weather. These play ideas are a great … Read more

21 Questions to Ask Your Parents Today

Browsing the web, there’s a lot of stories about questions to ask your parents that make it seem like it’s something you should do right now! I agree with this, but the way some of them basically say it makes me think they didn’t ask them while their parents were still alive. Death isn’t a … Read more

Why Do My Parents Hate Me? 10 Ways to Heal Doubt

Why do my parents hate me? This is a question that many children ask themselves. As a parent, it’s important to know when your child is thinking about this question, even if they don’t ask it aloud. This is a big part of being a parent in the modern world. Asking yourself this question is … Read more