Adding a website

Adding a website

I will be adding a website soon. Reader’s Magnet is giving me a terrific deal on it. I still have to hammer out a few of the details but it should be up and running in a few months. We are timing it to go online in conjunction with the publishing of my book...
Charles McCheese: And The Childhood News Network

Charles McCheese: And The Childhood News Network

Today on the Authors’ Lounge, I’m thrilled to be able to discuss the role inspiration plays in the creation of literature. As a children’s author, it will come as no surprise that I draw inspiration from my own children. When writing for children I...
The Child Who Changed The World by Marcus DN

The Child Who Changed The World by Marcus DN

A little child with a learning disorder. A widowed single mum who won’t give up and a group of high spirited, verbose ladies at a small town salon makes for a heart-warming and yet thought provoking story, based on real life. The story is centred on a little boy...
The Bright One by T.J. Fier

The Bright One by T.J. Fier

At first, I believed my quirky unicorn tale, The Bright One, came out of nowhere. I mean, who thinks to throw a unicorn in a park bathroom and build a whole story around that? However, upon further reflection, I’ve realized quite the opposite. This story is the...
Middle Class Depravity by L.S. Barron

Middle Class Depravity by L.S. Barron

Thanks to Elizabeth Schultz for the opportunity to broaden my chance to engage more readers. Middle Class Depravity is a tale about a typical middle-class family living in Colorado. Life has been pretty good for the Davises, but things for this family are about to go...