Alright alright alright. Duck Light has been published. The antics of Lulu and Rosie have been enjoyed by readers near and far. Well. . . it can’t all just stop there, can it? NO! And it most definitely will NOT!
Coming up. . .
“Duck Light: fer da boyz”
That’s right! For the boys! We all love our two funny female ducks and all they get up to. Now it’s time to focus on the BOYS! In this next book, you will meet two brand new male characters! Of course, these dudes are ducks, just like our beloved Lulu and Rosie.
I could go on but that would spoil it!
Keep your eyes peeled for the second book in the, dare I say, series. Get pumped. Get hyped.
Duck Light: fer da boyz
Publication date TBD.
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Hi all! Thanks for visiting my lil website and supporting my writing projects! So, Duck Light. Yadda yadda yadda. Lots of info on that. But. . . What about the other projectsI have going on? What about future projects? Well, let’s talk about it!
Currently, the big project is a play. My play Sunday Morning Classics (oh no help how do I turn the italicize option off) is a play in (seriously the italicize button is stuck) three acts.
Okay, not sure what’s up with the italicize button. Crisis averted by starting a new paragraph. Anyway, a little bit about my play (which I will NOT italicize again) Sunday Morning Classics. . . Where do I start? Why, at the beginning of course! Thank you, Maria von Trapp! So, the play follows the story of protagonist Bethany Jacobs as she grows, learns, and encounters all the challenges that come with being a kid often underestimated and labeled as problematic or unruly. See, Bethany is incredibly motivated when it comes to music, but not when it comes to, well, anything else. Her grades in school strongly reflect this. But her musical ability is nothing to brush aside! A coming of age story, watch as Bethany uses her impressive musicality to prove to everyone that she CAN and WILL be successful, and that she should NEVER be underestimated!
Better wrap this up, hey? Well, thanks for checkin’ out my first blog post!