Selected Works

Middle Grade Fiction
Jack + parents + new get-rich-quick scheme = Jack homesteading in the wilderness when he would rather be home studying for a math test.
A gentleman inventor whose inventions either go nowhere or wrong and a boy who is not an orphan but would like to be chase a giant tarantula of their own making while dodging accusations of witchcraft.
How many ways can a revenge plot go wrong? Quite a few ways.

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Stuff to think about

Laugh Out Loud Hijinks, Shenanigans, and Global Adventures

February 9, 2015

Tags: reader kidz

In which I discuss The Berenson Schemes #3 - Jack at the Helm with Reader Kidz, and also the time I displayed remarkably bad judgment by sauntering off on a solo walking safari in Kenya.

Rejecting Rejection

February 6, 2015

Tags: rejection

Four agents and countless rejections later, I have some things to say about rejecting rejection. And so do a lot of other writers. Check out the Rejecting Rejection series at the Writing Barn