I am very pleased to announce that Quentin’s Problem has been reviewed by Midwest Book Review and will appear in their August magazine!!!
Here’s a snippet:
“Quentin’s Problem” is a wonderful, invigorating story that encourages youngsters to face up to truths, admit their difficulties, and to accept help through cooperation.
Midwest Book Review is a highly prestigious review source often used by libraries, and out of the >1,500 books sent to them each month, only ~450 are deemed worthy of reviewing. Quentin passed THIS exam! 😀 He’s still working on his “Arr”s.
You can find the review here: http://www.midwestbookreview.com/cbw/aug_16.htm#Picturebook
Ahoy Mateys! I’ll be making my first appearance with copies of Quentin’s Problem, the story of a pirate boy who couldn’t say “Arrr!” Rumor has it that I might be in costume AND have loot for every kiddo who buys a book.
Bullitt County Author Faire
Saturday, November 8
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST
For directions, visit:www.bcplib.org
Stop by for our third annual showcase of local authors and their work! Get advice about the writing life, enjoy author readings, and more. The list of attending authors is constantly growing, but you can find a list of those who have confirmed so far on our Author Faire 2014 page.
Hope to see you there!!!
Pull up a chair and have a look-see. This website is still under construction, as I’m a total WordPress newbie, but hopefully I’ll keep adding content on a regular basis. The front page will keep you up to date with what’s new with books and appearances. Individual tabs will tell you more about each book and story.
My first children’s book, Quentin’s Problem, is now available in print via Amazon. It’s the story of a pirate boy who can’t say, “Arrr!”, inspired by my youngest daughter’s problem with that particular letter when she first started school. It’s beautifully illustrated by artist K.A. King and will make a great Christmas gift for any of the little ones on your list. It’s only $6.99 or $5.64 with Prime. Click HERE to have a look.
Sponsor a Bumblebee
Help a little bumblebee find her wings! Fuzzy Buzzy’s Treasure is about a bumblebee who learns a valuable lesson about sharing and teamwork. My own children inspired this idea last summer when they watched a little bumblebee they named Fuzzy Buzzy as she gathered nectar from the flowers on our back deck. If you sponsor the production of my second children’s book, Fuzzy Buzzy’s Treasure at $25, $50, or $100, you’ll get some great thank you gifts, including signed books, signed original artwork, and t-shirts. Click HERE to access the GoFundMe campaign!