Rebecca Scarberry

Biography

Rebecca Scarberry was born in Southern California. She retired as a claims analyst for an HMO in Las Vegas, Nevada. She lives on a very secluded non-working farm in the Boston Mountains of Arkansas with her husband and five cats. She has devoted her time to writing fiction since 2009 and has self-published works in four different genres.

She published her debut, Messages from Henry in June 2012. It was written for young adults but many adults are finding it very entertaining. The sequel, Where Love Takes You, was published in August 2013. On December 10, 2012, she published a short story called, Rag Doll. This very short story is for adults only. It’s a spicy crime drama, and many readers were taken by surprise by the twist in the end. She’s now being compared to O’Henry. She has since published three children's picture books. It's called her Jumper series, about a funny red beach ball; telling the readers all about his adventures away from the toy store. Children, age 4 and up, want Jumper on TV. She has currently written the script for one episode and will attempt to make this a reality.
All of her books can be purchased on Amazon and elsewhere.

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Books

Jumper & Friends
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Series: Jumper, Book 4. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 5,660. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Action & Adventure / Survival Stories
Jumper, the friendly talking red ball, goes on more great adventures with his owner, Tony Thompson and Bouncy Brianna, Emily’s red ball. They both experience new things like tubing, sailing, and Jumper has a wonderful Christmas. This and all the books in the Jumper series are designed to be read to age four through seven over several sittings. They are good first chapter books for age eight and..
Jumper Meets Bouncy
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Series: Jumper, Book 3. Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 6,540. Language: English. Published: April 16, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Action & Adventure / Survival Stories
(5.00)
Jumper is a big friendly red beach ball who loves a little boy named Tony very much. Jumper’s summer escapades continue in book three of the Jumper series, written for age four and up. Discover whether or not Tony gets Jumper back from Emily. Without a doubt Jumper finds himself in many unpredictable situations, and he finally introduces himself to Emily’s red beach ball, Bouncy Brianna.
Jumper Bounces Back
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Series: Jumper, Book 2. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 6,870. Language: English. Published: February 13, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Family / Siblings
(5.00)
Jumper’s adventures continue after his escape from Little Tykes Toys & Bikes. He’s a big friendly red beach ball that children love. Join in the fun as Jumper tells you all about his summer escapades. With the help of Mr. Wind, he meets many new people and the fun is non-stop. This is the second book in the Jumper series and it has a bonus coloring page.
Jumper
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Series: Jumper, Book 1. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,010. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2013. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Action & Adventure / Survival Stories
Join in the fun as Jumper tells about his adventures. He’s a red beach ball trying to escape from a toy store so that he can find a swimming pool and Carnival Castle. Children love beach balls and they’ll love them even more after reading about Jumper.
Rag Doll
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Price: Free! Words: 5,920. Language: English. Published: March 7, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Adult
(5.00)
A fascinating short story about a dream of a lifetime. Jeremy Martell plans to take his four-year-old son, Todd to search for diamonds in Murfreesboro, Arkansas. It isn’t a diamond his young son finds in the Arkansas state park. The Crater of Diamonds State Park becomes a crime scene? Crime, sex, and mystery make this a very entertaining read.
Messages from Henry
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Price: Free! Words: 9,600. Language: English. Published: June 17, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen
(4.75)
Henry is special. When Evelyn Bury becomes the unlikely victim in a random kidnapping, Henry flies to the rescue. In the process, Henry enlists Tammy, Evelyn’s next-door neighbor and the lackadaisical authorities to assist in Evelyn’s escape.

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Smashwords book reviews by Rebecca Scarberry

  • Wild Child on Aug. 27, 2011

    We have all grown up with at least one parent against one of our friends. Well, Kyle was no different. His friendship with Briana infuriated his father, but Kyle was determined to help her no matter what. I haven't read a book written for young adults this good since I reached adulthood. I could feel Briana's pain, see the green water and see her eyes glow. Just loved the end and look forward to the sequel. Mike, you really know how to capture a reader's attention and keep it. Well done! ~Rebecca Scarberry
  • Lust, Money & Murder - Book 1, Lust - A Female Secret Agent Takes on an International Criminal on Sep. 11, 2011

    I absolutely love series. I feel this first book of the series is perfect. I can't wait to find out if Elaine will follow through with her plans and what will happen to Nick. I also agree with one other person's praise; the settings are brought to life and the characters are realistic. Like Elaine, all of us ladies have fallen for at least one of our attractive bosses at some point in time. I am totally hooked and thoroughly enjoy your style of writing Mike.
  • Rod and Staff: A Short Story on Sep. 14, 2011

    I was very touched by this true story. Even though the story is sad, Rob Guthrie has written this in an almost poetic fashion. My sister lost her two sons to illness when they were in their 40's. Her grief turned to fear also. I have never lost a child, but I know my sister will never be the same.
  • Wrong Place Wrong Time on Aug. 02, 2012

    WHIRLWIND OF A LIFE! I thoroughly enjoyed this true story. I highly recommend you read it! What happened to David Perlmutter is a perfect example of how one tiny decision can dictate the balance of our lives. I have never been falsely accused of any crimes. It would be horrible. I truly hope Mr. Perlmutter is living a normal, happy life now. I'm not certain I would be normal after going through what he has. Thank you, Mr. Perlmutter for sharing your story with us. I like the way you wrote this story and I think you should consider writing more books. Rebecca Scarberry
  • The Moon Poem and other strange jingle jangles on March 23, 2013

    I loved this collection of poetry SO MUCH! I love nature and children, so I really enjoyed them. Normally, when I write a review for a collection of poems, I mention a favorite. I loved these so much, I simply can't pick a favorite this time. I hope Gary Henry will publish more poems, for all of us to enjoy. Rebecca Scarberry (Scarberryfields on Twitter)
  • A World of Verse on Sep. 07, 2013

    I’m an author of four different genres and I’m now learning to write poetry. I love this collection of poetry so much and want to thank all of the authors for pulling together and publishing such a wonderful collection. I’ll be reading these poems over and over and hope one day I can come close to writing this well. I strongly encourage all readers to read these poems aloud. For some reason, poetry is so much better read aloud. I don’t want any of the authors of these beautifully written poems to feel slighted in any way for my not mentioning them here. Once I started reading this collection, I started a list of those I loved. Well, I soon gave that up for the list was getting too long. I decided to read on and wait for one to dazzle me beyond belief. The poem to dazzle me is ‘The Sun and Sea’ by Ollie Lambert. The next poem to dazzle me was ‘A Witches Downfall’ by Oscar Wager II. Regina Puckett’s poems are whimsical and charming and I commend her on the cover. Very nice. Highly recommended!! I’ll be rereading this collection for years. Rebecca Scarberry (@Scarberryfields on Twitter)
  • A World of Joy on Dec. 06, 2013

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this wonderful collection of short stories as I sat in my home office on a snowy day. Now I’m definitely in the mood for the holidays. I’ve read books by two of the asmsg authors before and enjoyed their writing. Now I want to read books by all of the others. Very well done and the title is perfect. Being an author myself, I know how hard it is to write short stories. Many readers don’t realize this until they try it. Many of the stories brought back childhood memories of the holidays. I found them to be uplifting and heartwarming. I highly recommend that you read this collection. I’ll be thinking about many of them on Christmas day. Rebecca Scarberry (@Scarberryfields on Twitter)
  • The Scared Crow on Sep. 24, 2014

    I haven’t read a young adult mystery this good in a very long time. I love the setting, a struggling family of five, living on a farm. I live on a secluded non-working farm in the mountains and I have a lot of crows here. I love the crows, even if they are noisy. As I was reading this book, about gigantic crows, the crows started squawking loudly outside my window. It made me laugh. The crows in this book are fascinating and my favorite character is Jason, the father’s son. Huge crows protecting a young boy from death, doesn’t get much better than that. Throughout the entire book I tried to figure out who the attempted murderer might be. I’m unable to say any more about this for fear of giving the surprise away. All I’ll say is that I absolutely love the ending!! I highly recommend young adults and adults alike, read this wonderful story about friends, family, trust, and deceit. Rebecca Scarberry (@Scarberryfields on Twitter)