Supernatural Hero (Book 1) (Action & Adventure)     

Best Indie Book Awards 2015 - Winner
Beverly Hills Book Awards 2014 - Winner
Reader's Favorite Book Awards 2014 - Silver Medal
IPPY Book Awards 2014 - Bronze Medal 
Purple Dragonfly Book Awards 2014 - Honorable Mention
Indie Excellence Book Awards 2014 - Finalist
London Book Festival 2013 - Honorable Mention

Supernatural Hero and the Witches (Book 2) is out!

Don't try to be someone else, be yourself!
Reading this book will make you see that being yourself is the only way
for success, all you need is to believe.

Andy is the nerd everyone makes fun of. He's really skinny, wears glasses and talks to himself, but he falls in love with the prettiest girl in the class. One day Grandpa dies and turns into a ghost. Then, Andy discovers a new power, he can see ghosts and talk to the dead.
Join Andy's journey and find out how a nerd can become a hero.
Supernatural hero is a great children's book with an outstanding story, for the whole family to enjoy. This book series will stay with you forever.

The Wishing Stone: #1 Dangerous Dinosaur

Spenser was an ordinary boy who hated reading until he was given a magical stone that allowed him to be transported into the books he reads. In this first book of the series, he goes back to prehistoric times where he must help a cave boy save his village from a dinosaur. Will Spenser be able and how will he get home?

When I Grow Up

Daydreaming and not paying attention those are the terms that are being used when a child is wondering. The greatest gift we've got during birth, IMAGINATION, is used very well up till age four or five. A child will always wonder whats going on in his mind to build up a wonderful picture. Then, while growing up, we lose our imagination, and we are programmed to think about what we don't want and imagine problems. With this book, you'll help your child to develop his/her imagination. You can read it with your child at any time and have a fun activity together. I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world (Albert Einstein).

The Ups & Downs of Madison Brown: Maddy Goes to Middle School     

Madison Brown is a middle schooler struggling to navigate life while trying to discover her identity. In the midst of family drama and bullying at school, Maddy reaches a pinnacle point in her young life that eventually leads her to discover her true identity in Jesus Christ.    

My Black History

Love and respect prove virtuous above all else in Nicole A. Jones' book, My Black History!
With insightful text and compelling illustrations on every page, a kind and sensible grandmother sits down with her grandchildren and relates the lessons yet to be learned from mankind's past travesties. 
With discrimination still plaguing modern-day civilization, we're reminded of the importance of rising above its critical view to leave the world a better place.
Nicole A. Jones' rhythmic and candid approach will have young readers enthralled and enlightened for generations to come.

Mystery Muffin & Soda Pop Slooth: The Legend of Mr. Creepy     

There's something creepy about Mr. Creepy . . .

​Mystery Muffin and her best friend, Soda Pop Slooth, get a new neighbor—and strange things start to happen. A pack of wolves inhabits the small town of Whispering Hollow shortly after "Mr. Creepy" moves in. Rumors fly, everyone is whispering, and all believe that the new resident may actually be a werewolf!

​With the help of the police, Mystery and Soda Pop investigate their new neighbor and set out to find the answers to all the weird stuff going on.

Is it possible that the legend of Mr. Creepy is really true?

Xander's Story (Author Interview)

Xander's Story, looks like a great and helpful children's book aimed at a specific target market. Any plans for similar educational books?

Yes, we have two upcoming projects in the works. One is the story of Xander’s baby brother, Max. This project will focus on adoption. The second project focuses on a little girl who celebrates her naturally curly hair through creative adventures with her trustworthy sidekicks.

What do you think makes a great children's educational book?

A great children’s educational book must reach out to two key audiences: 1) the child; and, 2) the parent/guardian.
A well illustrated book will capture a child’s attention while a thoughtful approach to story telling will keep both the child and the parent engaged.

What inspired you when writing Xander's Story?

Our son takes full responsibility for inspiration. Having two dads, he began to ask questions shortly after he turned four. We didn’t want to just tell him his story – we wanted to celebrate it. What better way to celebrate your story than a book that is written specifically about you. The book was created as a gift for his 5th birthday.