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How Funny the World Would Be I’m pleased to announce that my latest book, A Day in the Shade of a Tickletoe Tree has just been released as an eBook and in hardcover and softcover formats! Clyde the Green Giraffe … Continue reading
Thanks to Beth at “I Didn’t Have My Glasses On…” and C. S. Lewis I’ve just found my new motto for writing children’s stories. I’ve written my children’s books so that parents and grandparents would enjoy them as much as … Continue reading
Here is the first peak at one of my current book projects. It’s titled A Day in the Shade of a Tickletoe Tree. The scene it depicts is below. Wouldn’t it be neat If whales had feet And could … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I provided an update to you about my children’s book projects so this post will be longer than most. A new project I hadn’t mentioned yet because I only came up with the idea two … Continue reading
I plan to release my next two children’s books by the end of April. “A Day in the Shade of a Tickletoe Tree” features my friend Clyde the Green Giraffe and his buddy Marty McDinkle. They think how weird the … Continue reading
I just read Grandma’s Beach by Karen Stanford. I found myself smiling as I read this colorful, cute, and highly informative children’s book. I live near the California coast and was surprised how much I learned. It is presented in easy … Continue reading