What's one of the joys you receive while making a children's book?
Well to be honest its not really something I thought I would ever do, it's pretty crazy the feedback I get. Knowing I'm helping people learn. Not to mention working with the girl scouts and the Shriners. That has for sure been a feeling of accomplishment.
Has there been any detours you've had to encounter while writing a book? As in like drawing, gathering a story line, or just gathering an idea.
Nothing specially I would like to focus on. Life has its ups and downs, and recently I took a 6 month break from my Kratos series. I have to be all into what I am doing with anything creative wise or I can't focus on it. I am now in the process of doing a double release. One for the Adventures of Kratos series, and one with the same characters but with a twist plot line. Its more fun for me, but I want to see how the public perceives it.
Did you just buy a house for the first time and think, wow, I have all this room, how can I make extra money at home? Well, so did I. This book contains ideas for ways to make an extra income at home as well as some some insight to bigger creative projects to help you make more money at home and possibly even become your own boss.
Kratos is a 3 year old boxer who is full of energy and loves to play. Join him on his first adventure. He decides to jump over the fence to see what's on the other side and meets some new friends and learns an important lesson!
Kratos goes to the zoo to see some new animals but ends up going on a new adventure! The zookeeper thinks he is a n escaped animal and puts him in the petting zoo. Kratos must find his way back to get home!