I wrote here about the frustration I was having converting my children’s e-book into paperback. I’d done it seamlessly with my memoir, Not My Story to Tell and my novel, Rose-Coloured Houses but didn’t realize that picture books cannot be converted by KDP. I went to my trusty source, Fiverr to find help. I’ve used… Read More I Can’t Sleep with a Dog on my Head is Available in Paperback
My shitzu, Boo and my two grandsons, Oliver and Elliott are the inspiration for my new children’s series. The first book, I Can’t Sleep with a Dog on my Head is available in e-book format. You can have a look HERE.
I’ve written a children’s book called, I Can’t Sleep With A Dog on my Head. It’s been described as a “sweet, silly book.” I know kids will love it. My grandsons, Oliver and Elliott and my dog, Boo inspired the story. I wanted to dedicate it to the boys but then I thought it would… Read More My Children’s Book Has Inspired a Series
I’ve written a children’s book and hired a talented illustrator. “This is a sweet, silly story” ~ Ashley Barron, illustrator “This is so cute!”~ Candice Brooks, Beta reader
My debut novel, Rose-Coloured Houses has been getting rave reviews. Here are just a few.
Here is a some of the feedback I’ve received for my debut novel, Rose-Coloured Houses: “You have a very vibrant writing style with colourful and active descriptions! You put me right in the story, feeling for the family and other people involved.” “Cathy your book was very difficult to put down, so needless to say… Read More Rose-Coloured Houses is a Success
My novel, Rose-Coloured Houses was published June 26th. It’s received great feedback and reviews. Here is what readers are saying: You have a very vibrant writing style with colourful and active descriptions! You put me right in the story, feeling for the family and other people involved. Although there were lots of sad times, I’m… Read More Great Feedback for Rose-Coloured Houses, my Debut Novel
Today my Novel Rose-Coloured Houses was published in Kindle, Soft Cover and Hard Cover versions.
Our daughter, Justine was killed in a car accident nearly seven years ago. It’s hard to believe we’ve lived this long without her but her memory keeps us going. I started this blog shortly after the accident because I was writing a memoir about her life. Blogging seemed to be the best place to find… Read More Today Justine Would’ve Been 36
I’ve moved to an adult community. You can read more about that here. Each month there is a printed newsletter that arrives at our door. It’s not what I would call a newsletter, however. It’s a full sized magazine. There are thirty-two pages of content and thirty-two pages of advertising. They asked for people to… Read More I’m Joining The Newsletter Team in My New Community