Monday, August 27, 2007

As summer holidays come to an end...

I look forward to the month of September. In Stories For Children online magazine, my story Wind-Song will be available to read. It is a touching story about a young girl who remembers the day she had to say goodbye to her grandmother.

I also look forward to their October and November issues that will include my first article A Life Saving Plan and my story Matt's New Bike. This is a wonderful e-zine to share with your family and friends. :)

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Wow, I missed almost all of July...

With the kids home for the summer holidays, I have not had much chance to get on the computer.

I know this is quite late, but my story The Mouse Catcher can be found in the July issue of Fandangle Magazine. It will be in the archives after today, so I will change the link at the side in August.

In August, look for my story The Fairy and The Frog to appear in Stories for Children.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

A good month...

June is here, and with it comes good news. My story, Wind-song, has been accepted for the September 2007 issue of Stories For Children.

Wind-song was written with a special person in mind. Although it is fiction, the emotions are very real.

Now available online is the June issue of Stories for Children. This issue includes my middle reader short story, Lizzie's Lemonade Pops.

Monday, May 28, 2007

End of May...

Coming up in a few short days, my story, Lizzie's Lemonade Pops, will appear in the online children's magazine, Stories for Children. Please take a look at this great new ezine.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Spring is here?

I was almost fooled by Mother Nature into thinking that is was spring. The snow had melted with the rain's help, and the temperature was above zero degrees Celsius. But, as always, the colder temperatures returned with the company of a chilling wind. Soon more snow was covering the ground. Today, the 11th of April, it is cold and damp. The forecast calls for more snow. Definitely a practical joke by Mother Nature.

I am late in posting my story, Ginger Rose, Please Raise Your Hand in the April issue of Fandangle. This issue is full of great stories and articles for you and your children to sit down together and read.

I have a story, The Fairy and the Frog, that has been accepted for the August 2007 issue of Stories for Children. This is a newer ezine for children. Check out it's first issue!

Tuesday, January 30, 2007


I have had a busy month with submitting my short stories. The editor of Fandangle Magazine had accepted my story, "Ginger Rose, Please Raise Your Hand," for her April 2007 issue.

I also received an acceptance from the editor of Wee Ones. She accepted my story, "Close to my Heart" for the Family issue, May/June 2008. It is a long wait, but well worth it. :)

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Cecil Child's January Issue Online

My story, "Max and the Cottontails" can now be read at Cecil Child. Unfortunately, there will not be a print issue for this January/February issue. I was hoping for the print issue, but understand how busy things are around the holidays. There are lots of great articles in this issue, so don't forget to drop by and click on the magazine cover.

Thursday, January 04, 2007

January 2007 Fandangle is out!

A big thanks to the editor of Fandangle, Nancy Cavanaugh, for a wonderful job on her magazine. Be sure to stop by Fandangle Magazine and read my story, "I Wish I Was a Snowflake" as well as all the other great stories, articles, poems and activities in the magazine.

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Happy New Year!

January 2007 will be my first time for a story published in print. I am very excited about my story, "Max and the Cottontails" that is coming out in Cecil Child this month. The editor said she will send me a copy of the entire magazine.

I also have a story coming out this month in Fandangle, "I Wish I Was A Snowflake."

As soon as the new issues are online, I will post a link.

Wee Ones has opened up to submissions for 2008, so I better get busy writing. They now have a theme for each issue. :)