Check out my books on Goodreads:

American Princess:
American Princess is a young adult fantasy novel about family, friends, fashion, art and love, wrapped up neatly in a beautiful melody of music, and topped off with a big floppy hat.

Print Version


Print: $11.oo $5.96
Kindle: $2.00 

7" x 10"  
Black & White on White paper
228 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1451527117
ISBN-10: 145152711X
BISAC: Juvenile Fiction/ Low Fantasy
The unlikely heroine is a girl named Penny Jackson. She was born with the unfortunate nature of having extra large ears--among other unflattering qualities a typical teenage girl can obsess over. She is quite particular about what she likes to hear so Penny takes to ignoring whatever is unpleasant to her adept ears. She and her music device are inseparable. When the beat starts, Miss Jackson is constantly swept away into her own world; in this fantasy she is a rock star and a fashion goddess. Very quickly Penny develops a new talent--one that takes ever far far away from reality. It is here that she learns what it means to be a real Princess. (This print is a black and white edition)


The Incredible Boy:
The Incredible Boy is a short picture book in rhyme about a two year old boy named Justin Brandon. This tale is about a boy who loves to "play, play,play".



Print: $10.00 $7.63
Kindle: $ 0.99 

8" x 10"  
Full Color on White paper
26 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1451529043
ISBN-10: 145152904X
BISAC: Family & Relationships / Life Stages / Infants & Toddlers
Follow the story of Justin on a typical day around the house. Justin is a boy with endless energy who just cant stop and stay, no how, no way. Follow him in art and rhyme on a intimate tale of a boy who manages to escape grownup arms and play til he just can play no more. This is the story of Justin who is in my opinion JUST an INcredible boy.

Print: $12.oo
Kindle: $o.99 

5" x 8"  
Black & White on White paper
258 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1478371335
ISBN-10: 1478371331
BISAC: Juvenile Fiction / General
Zoe Abigail Cozy is 13 and ¾ years old. Her job is to go to school. Her dad designs new flavors of tea. And her mother...well, no one knows exactly what Mrs. Cozy's job is. Unfortunately, the Cozy house is not a cozy place to live.

Zoe Abigail Cozy's best friend is her cat. Zoe Abigail Cozy is not normal. She never even thought about it. It was not on her list of things to do or to worry about. Suddenly, this issue was all anyone could talk about and she did not fit in anywhere.

Soon, Zoe embarks on a journey where she is forced to "Be Normal". Along her way she meets fellow weirdos and so-called normal people--all whom have a great impact on her life.