Reintroducing my work-Dolbin School for the Extraordinary

Reintroducing my work, Doblin School for the Extraordinary came out in 2013. Jake Cooper is a 4th grader at Kane Elementary. One day he gets into a fight with his bully Brad Cushing and he throws him 60 feet through a window revealing Jake’s abilities and sending him to...

Reintroducing my work, Kevin and the Three-Headed Alien

(This is a cross post from my Facebook page.) To continue my reintroduction of my work, since I’ve had to restart my page, let’s travel back to 2013 with the second Kevin book. This one ended up being a chapter book. For various reasons, one I’m not smart enough...

New Facebook page. Because well I have to.

I lost my Facebook page back in November due to a hack.. They were of exactly zero help in trying to get it back. And I really hate asking people to refollow a page, but in the current world, any business needs a Facebook page. So if you’re there...

Journal Entry-Apocalypse Day 365.

(I began writing a daily silly Facebook post everyday when schools went into shut down. This post marks the one-year mark after schools were shut down.) Journal Entry Apocalypse Day 365 Some how we’ve survived. There are currently no Pop-Tarts in the bunker. So survival at the start of...

Finding my first pandemic post from my hacked Facebook account.

My Facebook account that I had for almost 13 years was hacked and disable by the great Facebook. But as we near the one year anniversary of schools in this area being shut down, I went back through my old account that I downloaded to find the first Apocalyse...

Losing a Facebook account and page

Back in November or so, my Facebook account got hacked and Facebook shut it down. Five hundred something “friends” gone. I unfortunately also lost control then of all my professional pages, which included my author page. It didn’t have but a couple of hundred followers, but still. It sucks....

Creating YouTube content while teaching from home.

I teach Kindergarten by day. Yes, I do it virtually. The district where I work voted to remain virtual all year. I discovered my kids like seeing me in videos. They only see me in on the screen anyway, so it was a surprise to me as well. But...

Teaching with YouTube videos I create

I teach Kindergarten-virtually. And I love it. It’s the first year I’ve ever taught Kindergarten or virtually for that matter. I don’t have the energy or time to come up with high quality massive planning and editing. But I’ve been using Adobe Rush on my phone to add a...