Moss Canyon: Steep canyon walls covered with lush green ferns and a carpet of moss standing watch above a small gurgling stream that has a wildflower lined footpath running alongside.
We go there often to explore. That's where we saw our first elf and his fairy friend which led us to write "Appleby and Bee Bell's Curious Garden Adventure". You can explore "The Garden" with Appleby and Bee Bell (Bee Bell has "bad wing days" which are sort of like "bad hair days") as they discover what is happening to the topsoil in their homeland.
Or follow Bronco Bob, cowboy magician, and Loretta, his cowgal pal, as they foil rustlers, kidnapping and blackmail on the Box Double Bar Flying Diamond W ranch. Bob isn't a real magician; he just knows some tricks so he doesn't need to carry a gun to get the bad guys.
Check out a sample of Sheryl's poetry in "Seasons." It's inspired.
Yes, Moss Canyon is in our imaginations and we spend as much time as we can there. As they say, "Things are only impossible until they're not." Nothing is impossible in Moss Canyon.
We also step out of the canyon to write about serious topics such as John's bio, "Fire Man." He spent twelve years as a fireman in an earlier life and shares his experiences fighting wildland and urban fires.
John also has many years of "hands on" experience supporting adults with developmental disabilities. His SNAP Curriculum is currently being used in forty-eight states and four other countries. Check out his Basic Training series, How to Teach Daily Living Skills to Adults with Developmental Disabilities, and more.
And to top it off, we have been writing and acting in melodramas since the early 1970's. We once operated a melodrama dinner theater, and toured our two-person Melodrama and Olio shows across the western states for six years in the 1980's. Now you can put on your own productions with one of our scripts!
Whether you are looking for a laugh or looking for support in your work, we have a little bit of everything here.