What inspired you to write your book?
My daughter’s goats and their zany activities.
About your Book:
Mr. Edmund Goat lives on Dartmouth Farm along with his best friend, Eli. The two goats have always been inseparable, but after Edmund discovers the location of a patch of clover, he will do anything to get to it. There’s only one thing standing between Edmund and the clover – the fence. Will Edmund find a way to the clover, or will he realize that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the fence?
Book Genre: children’s
What formats are your books in
Both eBook and Print
How do you see writing a book in the Pet Genre as different from writing other genres of books?
The goats in my book, and the story that takes place, are real.
Trying to write their personality was tricky – trying to portray how they behave through words was complicated, but exhilarating.
Advice to someone that is thinking about or currently working on a pet book
Just have fun with it – it’s a wild ride and quite a bonding experience.
How did you decide how to publish your book and where is it published through:
Mr. Edmund Goat and the Elusive Clover was published through European Geeks Publishing.
I am a self-proclaimed nerd – meaning I’m obsessed with faeries, witches, science fiction, the paranormal, and all things Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Doctor Who. Spending over a decade managing high volume businesses for others, I decided to take a step back and focus on my own passions; leading her to open European Geeks Publishing and begin writing. I’m an editor, reviewer, and freelance writer when not hard at work for European Geeks. Originally from the UK, I now live on a small family farm in Florida with my German husband and our three children, as well as an assortment of animals – peacocks, ducks, chickens, goats, pigs, and horses. My children’s book, Mr. Edmund Goat and the Elusive Clover, illustrated by Alyssa Savery, launched July 19th, 2015 and my fantasy novel, RED, is scheduled for late 2016.