I've always been fond of the written word, but I never really considered it seriously until recently. My first thought was to write coffee table books because I rather like them, and I felt the blending of photography and writing was just the creative outlet I had been seeking. That is where I got the idea for Mojave Memories.
I sort of fell into another writing venue when a friend sent me several sketches of lizards. At first, I simply wanted to throw together a few paragraphs that were fun and would lend themselves to the fun drawings. Eventually it grew to something larger.
Welcome to a world in which horses are positive, ladylike, and wear shining tiaras!
In this second story, our five friends find a treasure map! There is only one thing that can be done: embark on a voyage by sea!
With happy illustrations, light situations, and a few morals sprinkled in for good measure, this story will entertain children and amuse parents.
A complete adventure story, not just a teaser.
This is a kid-safe story—there is no profanity.
You might even enjoy it as a grown-up. In fact, the book lend itself well to parents who want to read to their children.
There are many examples of light conflicts and resolutions that a parent can use to address a child's fears and/or teach values.