Deborah Baldwin is an award winning drama teacher, professional actress and youth theatre administrator. She graduated from Stephens College with a BFA in theatre performance and a MED from Lesley College certified to teach drama, speech and English/language arts in Colorado and Missouri. Deborah has created seven youth theatre programs and serves as a consultant to several theatre companies in the mid-west. Many years ago she co-developed a national playwriting contest for youth theatre plays which is still in existence today. Deborah has directed over 250 full length productions, plays and musicals alike and has inspired many of her students to become professional actors, dancers, directors, playwrights and teachers. She and her husband, an instrumental music teacher, reside in their dream home in Colorado.
A Heroic Tale of a fairy With A Big Heart! An enchanting tale with themes of friendship, loyalty, bravery, and the triumph of good over evil, woven through it’s pages! Molly, a beautiful young fairy, flees for her life from a mad sorcerer who will stop at nothing to possess her magic. Stumbling lost through… [Read More]
“The Hangry Toy Box” is a fictional short story about a dad-snoring-tummy-growling noise that the main character, Jake, cannot figure out what is making it or where it is coming from. On top of having to deal with that, he has to deal with his cousin, Tommy, who he does not get along with. Tommy… [Read More]
by Renée Paule
Bertie the gardener is happy with his life, so is Oscar – his dog. However, this happiness turns to discontent when Bertie sees George looking ‘important’ in his new bowler hat. Bertie wants one just like it, so that he can look important too. Consequently, he hangs up his comfy old hat and that’s when… [Read More]
A thrilling overseas journey like no other. Queen Juliette returns in the second novel of this exciting steampunk trilogy and takes her fight to the Continent. Aided by handsome Captain Jonathan Cranleigh and the legendary sword Excalibur, Juliette strikes out in search of the New World Order — and to perhaps find an appropriate fiancé… [Read More]
What do you give your mother as a birthday present when she turns ninety years old? I gave my mother this story that you are about to read. My sister asked my mother what kind of party she wanted and with the wink of an eye she exclaimed, “a tea party!” Invitations were sent out… [Read More]