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The RUMP Chronicles: Thundar the Mighty New Update

The RUMP Chronicles: Thundar the Mighty New Update

I really wish this was a positive update. I really wish I was posting this as a for sure release date for my chapter book series the R.U.M.P. Chronicles: Thundar the Mighty. But if wishes were snickers, I’d have no teeth. If that makes sense…. Anywho, we have now lost our second artist for the…

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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…

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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…

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Finished! – Thundar the Mighty

Thundar the Mighty Timid I finally finished the first draft of my new children’s book, Thundar the Mighty. Thundar the Mighty is a children’s book about a great barbarian king named Thundar. He became king of Astoria at the young age of eleven. As he grew as a child-king, he defended the land through many…

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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…

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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,…

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