I began writing at the age of 5 constructing my first book from cardboard and crayons. Although my creation, A Horse Called Nonsense, never became a best seller, I kept writing. When I grew up, I became a mom and teacher who loved sharing new and captivating stories with my students and family. When I’m not writing or reading (Harry Potter and The Hobbit especially) or eating cookies (pass the sugar ones with icing), I enjoy walking and traveling (tickets to Disneyland please).
I’ve authored two books, Dough For It (recipes for slime, gook, and glop using nontraditional ingredients like glue, packing peanuts, and jello) and The Dirty Thirty: 30 Science Experiments to Try in the Tub.
Thank you so much for your interest in my new novel, The Seasons of a Giant! I dreamt about a girl living the good life on a farm until her cows come up missing. She discovers an unlikely thief, a 25 ft. giant. After her botched pursuit, she finds herself transported into the dangerous land of the Behemorphs (shapeshifting giants who live in the SkyWorld above the clouds). I’m so happy to be able to share Izzy’s story with you, and I sincerely hope that you love it. Again, a heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you for reading!
If you are a writer too, maybe I’ll be reading a book you’ve written someday too!
*Seasons is a Silver Medal Winner through The Mom's Choice Awards!