Hello, I am Susan H Hines, the creative force behind the beloved Buckley children’s book series, inspired by the escapades of my cherished Standard Schnauzer, affectionately called “Buckley”. Proudly owning TJP Publications LLC, my mission is to engage children in developing early literacy skills through imaginative storytelling. As the CEO and founder of TJP Publications LLC, I use this platform to highlight my own children’s books, activity materials, and character merchandise. By introducing a self-publishing platform, a noticeable increase in accessibility and interest among young readers has occurred. I engage with students from kindergarten to third grade through school visits, library events, and career day activities, sparking their interest in reading and writing. The positive response to the Buckley series has motivated young students to create their own stories.
Category: Author Interview
I’m a wife, a mom of two young boys, and a Cuddler-in-Chief of a Boston Terrier named Braxton. We live in the Atlanta area where I work as a national news producer. I’ve published four amazing children’s books, and when I’m not working or writing, I love traveling with my family and making memories along the way.
My name is Audrey Moore. I live in Kildare, Ireland with my three children, Jessie, Elinor and Jamie, husband Ray and my dog Sam. I work as a Chartered Legal Executive in the areas of criminal and litigation. I love to oil paint, sketch and play badminton competitively in my spare time and of course, to creatively write too.
I live in London with my husband, three children and two dogs! After school, I went to Oxford University to study English Literature and then went to Law School to train to be a lawyer. I worked in a large, corporate law firm for a few years before leaving to go and teach at Law School myself. I was always doing creative writing courses on the side and eventually started an MA in Creative Writing.
I am a huge bookworm! (Hence why the main character of my story has a book in her purse.) When I was little, I had a major interest in reading but my love for books really developed my freshman year of college (2005). I have since then kept a list of every single book I have read and it gives me great satisfaction to continue to add to it. To this day, I am either reading books, researching books, buying books, adding books to my “To Be Read” list, and now, writing books!
I am a first time published author, who has had a love of writing my entire life.
I hold a Bachelor of Science degree from Fordham University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Loyola University Chicago. My career has spanned from business to teaching high school Math to Human Resources Consulting.
I am originally from Wisconsin. I was a lawyer in New York City for about 10 years. While in New York City I got to see lots of live jazz music – it was one of my favorite parts about living in the city. I love music, reading, and hiking. I am currently living and traveling all around the world, thinking up lots of new stories. I worked on writing The Groovy Blube in over 15 different countries and on 5 different continents!
I am a faith-based writer and creator who is passionate about crafting inspirational content that feeds the soul and glorifies God. I moved to Atlanta in 2012 for college and have since received a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a master’s degree in Marketing. While pursuing, my graduate degree, I began my career in marketing and communications working in various industries such as government, higher education, sports and entertainment, and more. Aside from my full-time roles, I have been on an entrepreneurial journey as a creative writer specializing in helping brands tell their story.
A: I’m Amber Ivey, a Baltimore-based professional deeply immersed in the intersection of data, technology, public policy, and law. As the Vice President of Impact Advisory at Social Finance, my role involves crafting strategies and solutions that leverage data and policy for social good. My career has been a journey through various facets of data, technology, public policy and law, always with a focus on how government can work better for the people it serves. I’m passionate about making complex topics in these areas accessible and engaging to a wider audience, believing that informed individuals can make a significant difference in our society.
Art has always been a big part of my life and being a portrait painter defined me for a long time. Since writing came much later in my life, I still consider myself an artist who writes. My confidence has grown in recent years and I have to say I now enjoy writing just as much as art.