The Chewy Noh Series--complete and available!!!!!!
Chewy Noh: The Series The first four books are now out and ready to read. Join the already many readers who have loved Chewy and the trouble he gets into. Book 1 Chewy Noh has problems. He was born with them. Two weeks after his birth, the family fortune-teller saw bad things in his future…and... Continue Reading →
The Series is complete! Check out the adventures of Korea's smallest boy and his best friend, Clint. Middle Grade Fantasy / Myth at its best!!!!!!!!! Here!!!!!!!!!
A Reflection of Two Years Two years ago, I self published the first Chewy Noh—Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-dang. With the end of this year, it marks the end of the Chewy Noh series as well. I finished writing book five last spring, edited it in the following months, and sent it,... Continue Reading →
Here it is: the final Chewy Noh! Making his way back to the past, Chewy has a lot to do–the most important of which is making sure the horrible future he came from doesn’t happen. In order to do that, he needs to change his cousin’s thinking, avoid the death dodger Tong Pangsak, and make... Continue Reading →
How it came about: I had not planned to write any of these books. I enjoy teaching, but teaching on a personal level. If I can’t get to know the students over a long period of time, then I feel it is a waste for both them and me. We need to shape each other.... Continue Reading →
Why?: Chewy Noh and the Legends of Spring The Dedication To Clint This is a personal dedication (what one’s aren’t?) dealing with my childhood best friend who Chewy’s best friend is named after. Though Clint in the story shares more than just his namesake–the fear of water and leg braces, not to mention super blonde,... Continue Reading →
Chewy Noh should be happy. He has a best friend like no other and by using his secret abilities, has found a way to connect Korea and America forever to keep him. Unfortunately, none of this matters after Death’s messenger comes to tell him that he has one week left to live! Knowing his death... Continue Reading →
All About: Chewy Noh and the March of Death Why the title? With this title, I wanted to keep to the theme of seasons as the first book represents fall, and the second one, winter. However, the events in this book happen in such a short time frame, I wanted to at least mention the... Continue Reading →