I have donated the following books of mine to The Internet Archive. They’re generally intended for a young-adult audience.
Fatticus Faces The Wolf, a Slumber-Time Adventure: A 1930’s-era romance author finds herself caught up in a web of intrigue involving government conspiracies and the extraordinary abilities of her obese cat, Fatticus.
Adelaide’s Pinnygig: Adelaide, a Canadian teenage girl, flees across a wintery landscape to evade an assassin sent to steal her guinea pig.
A Friend In Need and Other Furry Slumber-Time Tales: Short stories surrounding the varied exciting adventures of several cats and one dog (taken from the novel ‘Fatticus Faces The Wolf’) with illustrations.
The Ladybug’s Dance: Featuring eleven pieces suitable for early-intermediate pianists, The Ladybug’s Dance is a jazz-piano folio designed to foster the student’s own expression and interpretation of what they play, to encourage the first steps towards unleashing their own composition and arrangement skills.
Enjoy! And, remember kids: sharing is caring!