I had a wonderful school visit with the fourth and fifth-graders of Ocracoke School on Ocracoke Island, NC. The kids were fantastic. So were the teachers and parents – including Ms. Sundae Horn who wrote an article about the visit for the Ocracoke Current. I got to eat a delicious lunch from Eduardo’s with everyone.
Also, I was much impressed with the hearts the students made for the visit. The visit was in February around Valentine’s Day.
It was a lovely visit. I hope the kids will decide to write, write, write, and that everyone enjoyed it as much as I did.
Very sadly, my and my mother’s dogs passed away last year about 6 months apart. They were old – Sally was almost fifteen-years-old and Simon was just shy of seventeen-years-old. They’ve both been part of the family for a long time and were very good dogs so it was heart-breaking to lose them.
And here’s old man Simon:
We waited a few months, but we’ve gotten a new puppy – Bailey Ball. He’s smart. And sweet. And a bit of a monster – hopefully he’ll grow out of that! He’s also pretty adorable.
My final book in the Last Dragon Charmer series is available today! That means that all three books are ready to be read!
That’s all for now!
Click on the cover to get a copy of the first book in the series!
Today is pub day for the paperback for QUEST MAKER (The Last Dragon Charmer #2), and the paperbacks look great. Copies can be ordered at your local independent bookstore (see list to the left), Amazon, B&N, and wherever books are sold!
Not only that, there is a sneak peek – the first 15 pages – of book three, REALM BREAKER, in the back. And there is some lightning.
I’ll be at Spellbound Children’s Bookshop on March 10th at 6pm for fun, games, sneak peeks, and pizza! Come join the party. Hope to see you all in Asheville.