Monthly Archives: June 2011

“A little about Luis Muñoz”

It’s always difficult to write about yourself. It’s even harder to write about one’s own accomplishments. I’ve said it before and I will say it again…I’m too young to think I’ve acccomplised much, in fact, I would like to believe … Continue reading

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Luis Muñoz

Luis Muñoz was born and raised in Guatemala, Central America. Never looking to be in the spotlight, the spotlight found him in the form of the television world. “It was love at first sight,” Muñoz laughs, “and that’s never even happened … Continue reading

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Scott Rhodes

Scott Rhodes here, hailing from Austin, Texas. where the goal is to ‘Keep Austin Weird’ (trust me, I’m trying!). My wife, Leigh, and our sidekick, Boudro, are all born and bred Texans, but I’ve lived in Keystone, Co., Redondo Beach, … Continue reading

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“I was told there’d be no reading on this math exam!”

“Mr. Rhodes, will you help me with this one?” “Sure, what does it say?” “I didn’t read it.  Too many words.” I look down at the textbook to find a 3 sentence word problem.  Too many words?  This, coming from … Continue reading

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July’s Leader of the Month: Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber is our Young Adult Leader of the Month. Justin is not only a world famous superstar but he has made it a point to be a positive role model for our youth. It’s very easy to get caught … Continue reading

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Cathy Rothschild

Cathy Rothschild is a working professional in Austin, Texas. She divides her time between her career, her passion for spending time with her family, and community involvement. She also enjoys traveling with family or friends, running and pilates. She is … Continue reading

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Coert Voorhees

Coert Voorhees is the author of the novel The Brothers Torres (2009 ALA Top Ten best Books for Young Adults, 2010 IRA Young Readers’ Choice) and the forthcoming Storm Wrangler (Fall 2011) Lucky Fools (Summer 2012), and Annie Fleet and … Continue reading

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Sandy Gonzales

Sandy is a 29 year old mother, wife, coach, singer and author. Did we mention she is also the Director of Corporate Communications for Mercury Retail Services and Executive Assistant to the President and CEO? She is one busy lady … Continue reading

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Where Did They Come From?

I sat there in the cushioned rocking chair after just having read my Kyla and Carlos books to the children at Harmony Elementary.  I called on a curious little girl as she waited patiently to ask her question. “How did … Continue reading

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That’s What Writing Is

I always wanted to be an actor. I was in all the plays in high school, and I was a Theatre and Spanish major in college. It wasn’t even a matter of me wanting to be one; I simply knew … Continue reading

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