Come meet author J.P. Cawood on Saturday, January 6th for a special storytime where she will be reading her book, The Wrong Rock. The Wrong Rock is an inspiring tale of equality told through the adventure of a mushroom. Martin teaches us that despite our differences, we’re all living on the same rock. Saturday, January … Read More
Guest blog by Voice Over Artist Nicholas Flesher Can you paint with all the secrets of the universe? Sam & The Secrets of the Universe is my first ever audiobook production. It has been A LOT of fun and I am super grateful to author JP Cawood, for the opportunity to produce it. Being my … Read More
Getting the first physical proof of a new book is the most thrilling experience for a writer. It’s such a rush to see the package waiting in the mailbox. Will the formatting look good? Will the colors be vibrant? Will I love the final product? Yes, yes, and yes! I am so happy with the … Read More
I recently sat down with Authors Talk About It to discuss my inspirations, writing process, and what new projects I have lined up. Read the full interview here.
The Joyful Arts Festival is an evening where artists from all mediums share their work with the spiritual community of Ananda LA, an organization for Self-Realization. The night kicked off with robust stories of Ganesha, the Indian God known for his elephant head. He is also known as the remover of obstacles, and the story … Read More
To celebrate the launch of the Love from Mars book trailer, the ebook is on sale for 99 cents until July 2nd!
If you’re in or around the Los Angeles area, I will be participating in several FREE panel discussions and book signing events: Joyful Arts Festival In this fun evening, you’ll experience how joyful self-expression can be a doorway for spiritual growth. All of us are creative in some way in our lives. During this evening, … Read More
I was recently asked to join a book club discussion for one of my novels, Sam & The Secrets of the Universe. The book is geared toward young readers so I was delighted to find a group of eleven-year-olds had read my book and had questions for me. Their book club meets once per month, … Read More