Blog Tour Stop #10: Perfect Picture Book Wednesday with Maria Marshall

Maria had this to say about why she liked the book: This is a fun, regional tweaking of the well-known fable/tale “There Was An Old Woman Who Swallowed A Fly.” In addition to the gator, all the poor swallowed animals are from Florida. David’s fun illustrations increase the humor of BJ’s rhyme. Especially the cut-away … More Blog Tour Stop #10: Perfect Picture Book Wednesday with Maria Marshall

Blog Tour Stop #9 – Tuesday Debut with Susanna Leonard Hill

Want the lowdown on all the publishing details of THERE WAS AN OLD GATOR WHO SWALLOWED A MOTH? Join me today on Tuesday Debut with Susanna Leonard Hill, where she asks all the hard questions about royalties, publication timeline, advance, author copies, editorial process, art notes, reviews, marketing and promotion, etc. Click here to visit … More Blog Tour Stop #9 – Tuesday Debut with Susanna Leonard Hill

Blog Tour Stop #8 – A Review from Vivian Kirkfield on Perfect Picture Book Friday

Join me on Vivian Kirkfield’s Perfect Picture Book Friday for a wonderful review, interview, giveaway, and delightful alligator craft. Vivian is away on her world tour of New Zealand, Australia and Europe, but she managed to do this post while embarked on her great adventure. Click here to visit Vivian’s blog

Gator Day Book Launch

On Sunday, March 10, Illustrator David Opie and I launched our book at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve in St. Petersburg, Florida, hosted by Tombolo Books. We had a lot of fun presenting our book, There Was an Old Gator Who Swallowed a Moth, reading, drawing, signing books, Q&A, and raffling off prizes. Thank you also to … More Gator Day Book Launch

Blog Tour Stop #6

I’m excited to join author Lindsay Ward  on her Critter Lit blog today, for an interview and a giveaway. Find out what I can’t live without when I’m writing, which authors and illustrators inspire me, and what my dream project is. Click here to visit the Critter Lit blog interview