2

10 Things You Didn’t Know About: Dr. Seuss

We all know who Dr. Seuss is, right? One of the most beloved children’s authors/illustrators of any generation to date. Most everyone over the age of 5 can name at least 2 or 3 books written by the prolific and eccentric author. But did you know that Dr. Seuss was merely a pseudonym? His real…

Read More
0

Big News About Thundar the Mighty

The last few weeks have been pretty busy around these parts! Me and the family spent a week down at Galveston, TX, then a couple days later I took a trip to visit some other family members for a few days, and then came the 4th of July. On top of all that, the kids…

Read More
2

Help Me Choose a Character Name!

I recently began working on a new children’s story called Graveyard Rift – Secrets of Alter Earth. It is intended to be a transitional/early reader children’s book. I’m in the process of breaking down plot elements and character development and I need some help naming one of the main characters. She is the eleven-year-old sister…

Read More
0

Top Ten Children’s Books with Dragons

Top Ten Children’s Books with Dragons

Since I recently finished writing my first ever children’s book that involved a dragon(Thundar the Mighty), and since everyone and their grandmother loves dragons, I thought it was time for a new top ten list. Top Ten Children’s Books with Dragons 1. Dragonology – The “ology” series, published by Templar Publishing in the United Kingdom…

Read More
2

Top Steps to Unsolicitation

I’ve now reviewed my new children’s book, Thundar the Mighty, 2 or 3 times. I’ve made a few minor changes to spelling and grammar, and a couple more impactful changes to story structure. Nothing too major, though. I’ve been attempting to get it ready for submission. I will be submitting it to all the publishing…

Read More
0

Best Villains of Children’s Fiction

Ok, maybe calling them the best children’s villains of fiction is a bit oxymoronic, but you get the idea. There have been many, many great and terrible bad guys(and gals) in the history of children’s fiction. Which ones are best at being bad? If you chose other, please leave a comment and let us know…

Read More
0

Robin and the Red Rug – Kickstarter

While I was away on a mini-vacation, my kickstarter page for Robin and the Red Rug was approved and went live. And in the nearly 3 days since, I’ve received my first pledge, as well. So we’re on our way. Looong way to go though and the best way to get it accomplished is to…

Read More
3

Robin and the Red Rug Update

Brandon Waltman, the Illustrator hired to do Robin and the Red Rug, sent me some more initial illustrations. I’m pretty psyched and LOVE the direction it’s going. One more page and we’ll have enough to start the kickstarter.com campaign to raise funds for me to self-publish the book. Keep in mind, these aren’t the finished…

Read More
0

Introducing – Robin!

I’ve recently decided to jump onto the self publishing bandwagon. I suppose it’s more of a band-jetliner now, but you get the idea. I wasn’t enthused with the process of my 1st traditional publishing experience. It was great, overall, and I’m grateful for the opportunity, but I felt like a by-stander most of the time,…

Read More