Todd has been on polishing stars duty for several light-years and has never been promoted.
My name is Dr. Evona Lee Smith and I am a wife and mother of five children and a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Dillard University at New Orleans as well as a Master of Science degree in nursing and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from Loyola University at New Orleans. I practiced as a registered nurse since 2003 and a family nurse practitioner since 2009.
This is such a cute and colorful story which teaches children about different colors , their importance and most importantly gives the message of ‘ Unity is Strength ‘.
I grew up in Napa, California, raising a family with a now grown son and daughter who are my rocks. My life partner of 13 years is my best critic as he is always willing to share constructive criticism in regards to my writing (when requested of course). Lol I worked in law enforcement for several years – later being offered a full-time position at my local district attorney’s office. While the pay was great, I always felt there was something missing. The wine industry in Napa was booming and the population grew to immense numbers with wineries being the staple point, wine bars on every corner and the tourists were more catered to than the locals. I started to miss the old small town Napa I grew up in and needed to make some changes in my life for this and other health-related reasons.I moved from Napa to a quaint country town in Lake County, up in the mountains, high above Napa. I spend endless hours in my writing cave (which overlooks the lake),especially during this unfortunate pandemic.Here, in my writing cave, I create my stories (both novels and children’s books), editing,formatting and marketing each book after endless hours of author forums, webinars and zoom meetings in order to improve my niche.
I also ghostwrite, format and market books for others, treating each story as my own. My latest venture has been to create a Book Marketing Plan for future authors, which provides everything they would need from the beginning stages of the process to the end. Between writing projects and marketing, I am a criminal court reporter for my local newspaper. While I enjoy keeping my local community versed on the crime in my county, I am blessed to balance my brain with the lighthearted stories from within my heart along with stories forwarded to me for edits and formatting.
Life is good.I wouldn’t have it any other way. I am grateful for all of your support!
Bubbly Jock Jack and the Thanksgiving Fallacy is a beautiful story with a strong message for children that everyone has different qualities so we don’t have to compare ourselves with others . Bubbly Jock jack is a wild turkey who lived on the cluck cluck farm with farmer Craig and his family . Once Jack overhears two young girls in the corn maze discuss their Thanksgiving plans and he now believes he will be on Farmer Craig’s Thanksgiving menu! This silly turkey pretends to be a bumble bee, a herding dog, a dairy cow and a hen but what he does not realize is that he has self-worth, too. Join the adventurous journey of this cute little turkey which just took my heart away .This book is an enjoyable reads with lots of laughter and learning because Bubbly Jock Jack is very funny and lovable his actions are hilarious
I just loved the concept of this book which teaches children about so many farm animals and what they do or what they give us . Illustrations are so beautiful and colorful that kids are going to love this book and want to read it again and again .This book has a unique POP-UP TEXT. If your child or student would like to learn fun facts about turkeys, every time they see a turkey illustration within the book, they can click on or near the turkey and a fun fact will POP-UP!!!!
Q: First tell us something about yourself?
Well, I was born in SE Washington DC, by a single mom who struggled to make sure I had the necessities in life. As an only child I spent a lot of time imagining things that I could become. I loved Reading, TV, Film but most of all Comedy and Dogs. Growing up in the PG County MD and DC was rough but it made me appreciate a good struggle which I never knew would prepare me for the road to come. Long story short, I joined the DC Improv Comedy School and before you know it, I was performing on the biggest stage in DC. Won a Standup Comedy Competition on Ourstage.com; found myself on DC101’s Elliot in the morning for an interview; 94.7 Tommy McFly’s Show for a voice over; appeared in a Washington Post Weekend Section and a Food Network Show (Dinner Impossible) which coincidentally led me to filming my own pilot show for Food Network that never aired. I never thought anything like this could happen to somebody like me. While doing all of that, I was volunteering in an animal shelter working my way up to what’s called Quarantine spending a lot of time learning how to deal with dog behavior especially fear and aggression. For the last 8 years I started an advocation for Pitbull Awareness, took in two amazing Pitbulls (Chloe and Jordan, both with AKC CGC Accreditations); help rehome animals and I run around helping people change the behavior of their dogs.