Followers of this blog—and my real life friends—will know that for the time being, I have stopped making children’s books. It sort of stopped being fun. I wish I could explain it.
Instead, for the last year I have been riding ambulance both for fun and profit. The pay is terrible but every day is an adventure!
In the event readers want to keep up with me, I have started a blog about this new chapter, called: Lights without Sirens. Click the link and join me.
P.S. In order to keep that blog anonymous—you know, patient privacy and all that—this announcement will be deleted in a few days time. If you wish to ride along, there is a “follow” button on the blog for your convenience).
Ugly Pumpkin season, that is!
As Michael Corleone said, just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in. I keep saying I’ve quit publishing, but I keep getting requests for school and library visits. How can I say, no? I guess people just love to hear the Ugly Pumpkin this time of year.
Guess I do, too. But its much more fun to hear you read it.
Here are some of my favorite readings from across the internet:
This one is my hands down favorite. A full re-enactment:
And here it is in sign-language (sort of):
This kid reads it better than me:
A fine interpretation. And, Oh my Gosh! that is a high note (wait for it).
This is my other favorite one. Oh the feels:
So if you’re feeling “ugly” this season, go ahead and record your own version today, or visit my online shop and represent!: