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My publishing journey has led me down some interesting paths. Along the way, I have met gracious, creative people like Brooke. It’s a pretty darn good feeling when someone likes something you’ve written enough to promote it. The fact that she happens to be a kid, and likes my kids’ book, makes it that much better!

Check out her Studio B channel on You Tube, and don’t forget to enter the Dust Bunnies book giveaway.


Need an excuse NOT to clean your house? Here you go!

I am delighted that Brooke, at Studio B, chose to feature my book on her YouTube channel. Her infomercial spoof is pretty darn cute. I hope you enjoy it.

Thanks to Shauna at I Love to Read and Review Books for the awesome review and for hosting a summer giveaway. Hop over to her site to enter to win my book and lots of other great stuff.

Here’s what Shauna had to say about The Legend of Dust Bunnies:

My Review

I love these quotes from the author:

“Slingshot wielding fairies? Why not?”
“When life hands you dust-make dust bunnies!”
“May Your Dreams Never Get Dusty”
As you can tell this author is fantastic with words…and this book shows it perfectly!
This book has it all– and a lesson too about being true to oneself and being unique.
FANTASTIC pictures keep you intrigued as you flitter through the night with these special house guests 🙂
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Thanks to everyone who was kind enough to indulge me in my shameless Easter Plug (re-posted below). We have a winner! I am happy to send a copy of my book and a dust bunny adoption kit to Clarike Bowman-Jahn. Everyone who “liked” or commented is welcome to a copy of the PDF version of my book. I’ll contact you to send that along.

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Little more than a year ago, I was working to get my first children’s picture book published. At the same time, I was making a clumsy effort at starting this blog. Social media was a completely uncharted territory for me. Millions of clicks later, I am blessed to have made many friends online. I am grateful for the connections, laughs, and knowledge we share. I wish you all the very best in your endeavors.

Okay…another shameless plug…

I am currently working on the second book in the Dust Fairy series. I am pleased to introduce “Absolutely Aggie”.



This post contains a shameless plug for my new children’s picture book…


Something DUSTY is going on!


Head over to my Facebook page for the details.

I am offering a special Easter GIVEAWAY. You can enter for the chance to win The Legend of Dust Bunnies, a Fairy’s Tale and an official Dust Bunny adoption kit. In this book, dust fairies come out at night and create all sorts of messes in our homes. The naughty nymphs hold crumb-spitting contests and fire soot from their slingshots. And they have a “fairy” good time doing it!

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To enter to WIN, simply LIKE my Facebook page, and ANSWER the following question in the FB COMMENTS.

What messes do you blame on dust fairies?

Or simply like or comment below to win a PDF version of the book.



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