Trying to turn some poetry into music is not that easy for me.
June 9, 2012 at 7:53AM
I was thinking about your kid's adventure story this morning and wanted to let you know that I see it as a whole series. An updated Bobbsy twins but I'd make the main characters siblings--a boy and girl--in the 10-12 year old range. They were smart city kids moved to the country by their parents, and they feel out of sorts. Below the floor in the closet, they find an entrance to a cave. They carry in their glow-in-the-dark super soaker guns (which gets them in trouble later on because they can be seen in the dark) Having two characters lets you show the rivalry and pithy dialog. It allows for strengths of one and not the other and leads them from insecure kids to confident young people. Don't forget to let me know if you post something!
June 9, 2012 at 12:14PM
Eddie Z: You are as bad as my sister who keeps harassing me to go the whole novel thing. I will let you know which way I go.
This is a story about a little girl who loses her favorite comfort object. During her search , she faces many obstacles which she must overcome. She tackles her environment with her problem solving skills. Boys will enjoy this book because the little girl gets in so much "trouble". Contact Brigitte for a signed copy.
This character-driven tale embarks on a journey towards self-worth involving Cass Backus, a young girl experiencing awkward teenage moments and bullying. Longing to escape her adolescent drama, she looks forward to reconnecting with her childhood friend, Brad. However, numerous obstacles and misadventures stand in her way. The question remains: Will Cass and Brad ever manage to catch up and take their friendship to the next level?