In writing the Lexi Catt series about famous scientists who made significant contributions to the field of medicine, I had to make some tough choices. For example, I thought about writing the story… Read more »
The woman I most admire was shy and suffered from depression. However, she was so determined and so full of empathy for the human race that she spent three entire… Read more »
When I was a kid “social studies” was divided into 3 parts – history, geography, and current events. History was hateful because it focused largely on battles and wars, dates,… Read more »
When I was a child I devoured the series of animal stories by Thornton W. Burgess. Some I received as gifts. Others I bought with saved coins and I borrowed… Read more »
Write a children’s story if you have the imagination, but submit it only if you have courage and tenacity. The children’s book market is so competitive today that if you investigate the situation you can’t help but be intimidated.
From the moment I embraced the skill of talking I became a teacher. My first pupils were ideal. Because they were dolls, they didn’t fidget or squirm, chew gum, throw spitballs or talk back.
Follow the ‘tails’ of Alex (Alexander Catt) and Lexi (Alexander Catt II) as they recall their historical adventures in their ‘meowmoirs’ for children of all ages.
I express my internal quirks of personality by writing stories for children.