Magical excuses for mortal parents.
You've got a lot on your plate. Keeping tiny humans alive, in spite of their best efforts to the contrary, is a big job in and of itself.
And on top of that, you're expected to play the role of one to three supernatural creatures at any given time throughout the year. So it's no wonder that things can, well, slip through the cracks.
I write stories to cover for those awkward moments when magical beings don't quite show up how they're supposed to. Use these funny tales to entertain your kids and cut yourself a little slack.
Because you're doing a great job.
But, c'mon, you're not freaking magic here.
What others are saying about...
Ham Hands the Christmas Elf
"Ham Hands strikes the perfect balance between silly and sweet. The witty writing style of the author makes this a particularly delightful holiday story, and one that I don't mind reading every night!" - Emily
"Ham Hands is a fun, festive read - the perfect story if you're not the best at wrapping presents (it must have been Ham Hands, after all)!" - Jade
Larry Skadarry the Forgetful Tooth Fairy
"My oldest has lost 3 teeth recently and the tooth fairy can absolutely relate to Larry, it's hard to remember! This book paints a great picture of where the teeth go and why sometimes the tooth fairy is 'distracted.'" - Rebecca
"A pleasantly surprising twist on the tooth fairy stories that kids will love and grown ups will appreciate too." - Deb