The Friday Frenzy, Uncategorized

FRIDAY FRENZY- Wimbley the Wonder Boy

Ya'll know I love children's picture books. I love writing them. I love reading them. I love oogling (is that a word?) over the amazing art in them. They just make me happy. But it has been a while since I posted a Friday Frenzy featuring a picture book. Why? Because wouldn't you know the… Continue reading FRIDAY FRENZY- Wimbley the Wonder Boy

My Stories, Uncategorized

Spring Fling Kidlit Contest- The Yellow Snazzy Car

A kidlit contest based on a Gif? How could I NOT participate? Especially after coming across this fun Gif at Giphy.com that reminded me of an ever so popular Beatles tune about a submarine. Of course, there are rules... Child friendly. Under 150 words. MUST use a Gif as inspiration for the story. No other… Continue reading Spring Fling Kidlit Contest- The Yellow Snazzy Car

Daily Bliss, Uncategorized

Who knew? The 80’s, That’s Who.

    Ya'll ever look back at 80's song titles and realize how they could narrate your life today? For instance, Living In A Box takes on a whole new meaning now doesn't it? Or how about Searching...because seriously, who hasn't been searching for that coveted roll of bum-wipes? Which in turn leaves us all… Continue reading Who knew? The 80’s, That’s Who.

Picture Book Trailers, Uncategorized

The Twelve Days of Christmas Picture Book Trailers

I love book trailers. I don't know if it's the music, the art, the creativity, or all of the above, but I just can't get enough. And since it's Christmas and there's that whole 12 days thing, and since It's the season for sharing, and since I can't bake you a Christmas cake and send… Continue reading The Twelve Days of Christmas Picture Book Trailers

Daily Bliss, Uncategorized

Early Summer Garden

  I’m trying to learn new things. Figuring out short music videos just happens to be one of those things. How to eat just one slice of chocolate sheet cake at a time is another. But one can never really learn two new things at once, right? So, here’s my first attempt at a short… Continue reading Early Summer Garden