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NEW BOOK PRESS

Posted by on Oct 21, 2016 in Blog, News | 0 comments

It’s been very exciting and humbling to see I’m 13 Years Old And I Changed The World getting some good press. For this, I am very thankful, as the more press it gets, the more money we’re able to send to the Duncan family. Here is a story that ran in the Cleveland Daily Banner earlier this week. And yes, I always look...

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PRE-ORDERS NOW AVAILABLE & HELPING FAMILY IN NEED

Posted by on Sep 29, 2016 in News | 0 comments

In D.K. Brantley’s first book, I’m 12 Years Old And I Saved The World (Sir Brody Books, $5.99), Adam Shannon Dakota Carr had to save his parents’ marriage by helping them fall in love again. In the follow-up book, I’m 13 Years Old And I Changed The World, Adam faces a deadly foe: cancer. And it’s attacking his best friend, Big Mike. In the real world,...

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GOING INTERNATIONAL

Posted by on Jun 28, 2016 in Blog, News | 0 comments

A year or two ago, my friend Lurlene McDaniel had a suggestion: join the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, “The international professional organization for writers and illustrators of children’s literature.” Well, it took more time than necessary, but I finally did it. And I’m thrilled! What am I thrilled...

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REVIEW OF I’M 12 YEARS OLD AND I SAVED THE WORLD

Posted by on Oct 23, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Quite a few moons ago, a book-loving lady graciously reviewed I’m 12 Years Old And I Saved The World on her blog, Read by Me. While the book felt a little young for her (she’s more into young-adult fiction), she had some kind things to say. So in an effort to toot my own horn and thank Anna for the review, I point you in the review’s...

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OLD STORIES, NEW LIFE

Posted by on Oct 23, 2015 in News | 0 comments

In 2013, I wrote a few short stories. Really short stories. But they are decent stories, and the folks at Sir Brody liked them well enough to republish them with the Sir Brody Books seal of approval. If you’re into baseball, street vendors, escalators, execution, church, or bugs, you’ll likely find something you like in The First Six: A...

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