If you’re interested in purchasing any of my books, check out the links below. Please note that I’ve factored in taxes into the pricing for each book. If you’d like me to sign or personalize your copy, you can add a comment at the end of the checkout process. I cannot sign copies ordered off Amazon.
Emma and the Storm Cloud – Children’s Storybook – Ages 3+
Emma has been feeling very sad and lonely lately. She doesn’t find joy playing outside or seeing her friends or spending time with her family. Her sadness follows her around as a large storm cloud over head, making her feel worse each day. Emma soon learns that she has something called, “depression.” Luckily, with the help of her family, she finds a way to face the depression and to keep the storm cloud from getting too big.
Anxious Alex and the Worry Monster – Children’s Storybook – Ages 3+
Alex was like any other kid, except had a little Worry Monster that followed him around, whispering worries in his ear and making him anxious. Each day, he tried to ignore the Worry Monster, but it was getting harder and harder. As Alex’s anxiety gets worse, he looks for ways to stop worrying, and soon discovers that he actually has the power to control it. While Anxious Alex and the Worry Monster is written as a children’s story, the lesson is for all ages. It’s important for everyone to not only understand what anxiety feels like, but to learn how to live with it.
Only One Samantha – Children’s Coloring Storybook – Ages 3+
Samantha is a young girl who enjoys dressing up in fun, unique outfits, but everyone in her class teases her for it. Samantha soon learns the importance of embracing her individuality and shows how her one-of-a-kind sense of style is only part of what makes her special. Note: all profits from Only One Samantha sales are donated to charity.
**Winner of the Best Children’s Book Award at the 2018 Independent Author Book Expo**
We All Make Mistakes – Children’s Storybook – Ages 3+
Everyone makes mistakes, some big and some small. This book will teach children (and most adults) that mistakes are a necessary part of life and that it’s always possible to learn from them.
From Zero to Hero – Children’s Coloring Storybook – Ages 3+
Paul is a boy who loves to pretend he’s a hero, but because he’s in a wheelchair, he thinks he can never become one in real life. Fortunately, he learns a valuable lesson that teaches him how anyone can be a hero simply by helping others.
Jenny and the Thunder-Kicker – Middle-Grade Chapter Book – Ages 8+
Little Jenny Spotter is afraid of thunderstorms. What kid wouldn’t be? Her father tells her there’s no reason to be scared – thunderstorms are caused by a race of friendly giants called Thunder-Kickers. One night, during a really bad storm, Jenny hears a loud crash outside. She discovers a Thunder-Kicker has fallen out of the sky and landed in her backyard! Jenny wants to help her new friend get back home, but she’ll have to overcome her fear of the thunder to do so.
Dodger’s Doorway – Young Adult Fantasy Novel – Ages 12+
The first chapter of “The Storyworld Saga”
One night, timid teenager Mark “Dodger” Bishop stumbles through a magical doorway that transports him to Storyworld, a strange realm inhabited by characters from fairy tales, myths, and legends. Dodger must team up with the warrior Humpty Dumpty and the alchemist Rumpelstiltskin to complete a series of adventures. Along the way, they encounter a cannibalistic witch, a mad puppeteer, ferocious bounty hunters, and much more. *Note: There is some minor language and violence in this book.*
Return to Storyworld – Young Adult Fantasy Novel – Ages 12+
The sequel to “Dodger’s Doorway” and the second chapter of “The Storyworld Saga”
A clockmaker is dead, a town is in disarray, and a mysterious murderer is on the loose. Agent Holmes of the Himshire Investigators may be facing his toughest case yet, and if he wants to solve it, he’ll need some help.
Mark Bishop and his old friends Humpty Dumpty and Rumpelstiltskin must team up with Agent Holmes and a band of classic characters to solve the mystery of the clockmaker’s murder. Along the way, they discover that there are much more sinister forces at play. *Note: There is some minor language and violence in this book.*
Catastrophizing Management Notebook: Record and Manage Your Catastrophic Thoughts
Catastrophizing has a significant role in anxiety and depression, which is why it’s important to properly manage it. Inside this blank notebook, you’ll be able to record your catastrophizing thoughts as they occur during a given situation, and then note the actual results. This should help you organize your thoughts and then reflect on them, training yourself to understand that those catastrophic thoughts rarely come to fruition.
Learning From Your Mistakes Notebook
We all make mistakes from time to time, but what matters most is that we learn from them so that we may grow. This blank notebook will be a powerful tool for your personal development by allowing you to write down your mistakes and then record what you learned from them.