Mr. Pish, the adventurous Jack Russell Terrier, leads readers on an expedition into the forest in Mr. Pish’s Woodland Adventure. With full color photographs and engaging text geared to promote outdoor learning, Mr. Pish shows how easy it is to experience nature no matter where you live. Mr. Pish even teaches kids how to make their own “Great Explorer’s” scrapbook! Continue reading “Video Trailer: Mr. Pish’s Woodland Adventure”
Every week there are more and more changes in social media and this week was no exception. With all the sites letting you get more creative, Twitter stepped up to the plate this week to let you add a header that becomes a background for your profile. This change will allow you to swap photos in and out over time depending on your mood, or marketing campaign.
It’s really simple to set up. Open your Twitter account and go to the little gear up in the right-hand corner. Click and select “Settings” and “Design.”
Feeding the seagulls can be fun at first.Then there are too many. More and more come. They become more daring, more aggressive.
Then you run out of food…
In 250 words or less, tell me a story incorporating the elements in the picture. The 250 word limit will be strictly enforced. Continue reading “Flash Fiction Challenge: Feeding Frenzy”
In 2001, author Tony Jerris met Jane Lawrence, who knew Marilyn Monroe very well. They became close friends and she told Tony her story. At 12, she started Marilyn’s fan club at Fox. By the time Jane was 16, their relationship had become physically intimate.
Marilyn referred to Jane as “my little secret,” hence the title of the book, Marilyn Monroe: My Little Secret. The book is a provocative, poignant, no-holds-barred account of the relationship between Jane and Marilyn, which Tony has written in Ms. Lawrence’s voice.
This title is available at Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. Continue reading “Book Brief – Marilyn Monroe: My Little Secret”