Freelance in Chattaroy, Washington
This November 27, 2018, marks the first day for my new Sock Monsters Invade Hospitals Facebook Page Fundraiser for Giving Tuesday. For $6 = a smile and for $12 = a laugh; these books will be given to those children who are staying in a local children's hospital. I hope to make this a year-round fundraiser so even more children have the opportunity to smile and laugh at Christmas next year.
The Sock Monsters Pay-It-Forward Program
Transmedia project creator: the creation of storylines that utilize unique apps, ebooks, websites, email, twitter or even video to teach, entertain, and delight the user. Each app can be used separately or in connection with stories, games or puzzles. Creative Writer: Choose Your Own Adventures (Now Quests), novels, Interactive Read, Write & Draw Workbooks, e-books, poems & scripts. Inventive educational homeschool author: innovative left-hand journals-physical workbooks that are opened left to right or upside down, double-sided creative writing journals and homeschool summary guides. After successfully working my way out of my homeschooling job, I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree through Full Sail University Online.
From age nine, writing became a passion.
My first story involved my Cabbage Patch Doll and Sandicat solving mysteries in the Cabbage Patch Hospital. As a mother, I devised creative stories to explain my children’s disappearing socks. The publication of Sock Monsters Invade Earth inspired me to use my writing to publish home-school books and e-books through Lulu Publications, and Create Space.
Granddaughter to Ray & Arline, owner of R & H Machine, designer of the first chrome alloy parts used in agriculture and author of the Dear Ray series, originally located in Colfax, Washington. Daughter to Dale and Floidine, who raised me to be loving, giving and caring. These attributes have been passed on to my own children. Wife to Paul for over twenty-five years, the thought of being empty nesters inspires new plans. Pet to Silhouette and Athena, the diva cats of the Chattaroy homestead.