Once upon a time a lonesome stranger was wandering through villages and towns, tracing down his lost identity and friendship. All of a sudden he was standing before a village completely unknown to him. 389 more words
Drawn to Sparrow’s not too distant chirps, snake slithered from his hole under the old oak, the summer sun warm on his scales. “Sounds like trouble” he hissed to himself as he made his way through the meadow, the scent of wild flowers thick in the air. 636 more words
Today’s story was in part inspired by a very smart puppy I saw on America’s Got Talent. He could count! I thought that could be something fun to incorporate in my Salt and Pepper story, so I decided upon a birthday party for Miss Beatrice’s dog Dino. 140 more words
As we approach the 72nd anniversary of the dropping of an atomic bomb on Hiroshima during the last days of WWII (August 6), I am honored to share a wonderful middle grade book that features a Japanese family living in Hiroshima during that time. 677 more words
DF Hello Amanda. Thanks for agreeing to be interviewed as your readers are eager to learn more about you.
AR Thank you, Mrs. Foster. It is so awesome to be interviewed. 1,696 more words