School Library Journal Loves Whatever Comes Tomorrow!

For those of you not in the publishing world, let me just tell you: reviews are A BIG DEAL! Librarians and teachers don’t have time to read ALL the books out there, so they often rely upon professional reviews to decide whether or not they will add a title to their collection. That’s why I am SO thrilled that School Library Journal gave WHATEVER COMES TOMORROW a glowing review! If you are a subscriber, you can read the full review here. If not, here a few blurbs! You’ll get the gist! 🙂

New Poetry!

Thrilled to have my first poem in a  wonderful new magazine for tweens and teens called, PaperBound! Check out my poem, “There’s Magic Here” below, which was written during and inspired by a visit to the amazing Highlights Foundation Retreat Center last summer. The entire issue is available for FREE online! (my poem is on p. 58, but definitely read through the entire issue. There are some WONDERFUL stories and poems inside!)


What a week celebrating the book birthday WHATEVER COMES TOMORROW!

I had such a great time sharing the book (and my fabulous butterfly cape!) with the kids at the Summit Free Public Library!


over the last couple of weeks, the book has been featured on a bunch of blogs and other media, such as…

Vicinity Magazine! You can read the little blurb here on page 6!


Other exciting interviews, reviews and features….


Picture Book Builders!

Jena Benton’s Simply 7!

Andrew Hacket’s The Backstory!

Susanna Hill’s Perfect Picture Book Friday!

Barefoot Books website!

A wonderful review from LibraryMom on Instagram!

PLUS, LibraryMom also included WHATEVER COMES TOMORROW in a fabulous round up of books that help kids with anxiety!


More exciting things to come! Stay tuned! 🙂


New Poem Alert!

It is so much fun to see my poems come alive with illustrations in a magazine! Here’s one right off the press, featured in the February 2023 issue of Countdown Magazine (one of the fabulous publications put out by The School Magazine in Australia!) How gorgeous is this art by David Lugge!?