One of the many reasons I love to write is that I can sit alone in my little writing nook in the present and create something that can touch, entertain, and connect with the hearts, minds, and spirits of readers and listeners of all ages, not only around the world but potentially far into the future, long after I’m dead.
Such transcendence of distance and time is more than merely magical to me. It is spiritual and sacred.
May your days be filled with blessings.
I’ve enjoyed writing the sequel to Wilbur the Duck Who Flew Upside Down so much that I’ve begun writing a third one featuring Wilbur and the rest of his wacky family and unusual flock as they help a family of ostriches fulfill a lifelong but seemingly impossible dream. The working title is Wilbur and the Not-So-Impossible Dream.
My Illustrator Josh McGill is creating a cover illustration for my next children’s book, ebook, and audiobook, all titled The Ducks Who Flew Every Which Way. I thought you’d enjoy a peek at a concept sketch for it.
A restaurant owner treated her employees and their families to an all-expenses-paid trip to DisneyWorld.
A Mickey Mouse Gift
Photo Credit: Elijah Chan
Story Sources: The News and Observer, Leo @ Not All News is Bad