Last updated: July 14, 2018 at 13:32 pm
My son is now a pre-teen, and I’m struggling to re-orient my concept of Zeddy and Bubba. They currently don’t fit into any of the children’s books sub-genres. Travel adventures with a healthy dose of science around 1300 words long aren’t going to sit well with traditional publishers.
February 20th, 2016
Some of the best moments of my life have been in at bedtime, telling stories to my 7 year-old son. We have our favorites, like the Otis the Tractor series, anything Minecraft, the Boxcar Children, and more. My son asks often for my own stories of two best friends, Zeddy and Bubba, and their adventures in the world.
- Writing News: Zeddy and Bubba (5/13/2017)
I finished a draft of a Zeddy and Bubba story!
My concept for the Zeddy and Bubba series is becoming more robust. It will consist of travel adventure stories, introducing the reader (or the listener) to a wide range of experiences and locations in this world.
The next thing? Besides revising the draft? Deciding how much conflict needs to be in each story. Right now, the stories are without much conflict, if that makes sense — almost like a travel report.
- Zeddy and Bubba Excerpt (4/15/2017)
The car soon pulled up at a large, flat field. All over the field were colorful patches of fabric. Groups of people were standing around here and there.