Sunday, May 21, 2017

Hey! How's everyone? Tis the season of the Blueberry!

The Blueberry Boy Series is available for sale on Amazon! All three books in the series! I've been busy experiencing motherhood with my 18 month old daughter and my son who's 4 months! The Blueberry Boy still means so much to me! I personally love the series and I'm still hoping it catches on with readers out there! I think the hardest part is getting people to pay attention to him and his story! Got to get to know him! He's a cool little boy! I created him so I know! I'll post something new soon! Dance to the superbness of it....sweeet!

Saturday, October 1, 2016

One day intensive workshops here I come!

One day Creative Writing workshops and other related courses for children's television writing education is something I'm going to make as a priority in my life even though I have a ten month old and am about to have another baby in January! I am going to continue my education with the dream of becoming a writer for a show on Sesame Street or other amazing networks for children!

Monday, June 27, 2016

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Friday, October 2, 2015

The Midnight Blueberry Express will be published in 2016!

I'm so excited. Sheldon doesn't stop! He's traveling at night on his energy filled blueberry train! Stay in touch because I'll give you some sneak peaks before it's officially released.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Close one!

Contractions and I'm on disability now! Relaxing from here on out. Baby Jade needs me to rest.

Monday, September 21, 2015

I'm 8 months already this week....32 weeks! I am focused on the baby and making sure she's good.

40 is full term so I'm on the countdown! I can't wait to get another sonogram at 34 weeks and see our baby...Jade. :) She's going to be spoiled with love.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

The Midnight Blueberry Express


Below is an excerpt from my new book that's being Illustrated by Mike Motz now.
A bright blueberry light lit up the train tracks that led out of the town of Jaloonsville. People stood up and looked through their windows, amazed at the sight. Sheldon Bilberry, the train conductor for the Midnight Blueberry Express, was so happy to do his job that he tipped his hat to everyone he saw. The freight train was headed to his blueberry farm in Buron Park to stock up with blueberries for the town’s markets the next day.
          The whistle blew—“Whoooooo … hoooo!”—as the train chugged through the countryside.