Lizard Kid

It’s only 18 pages so don’t lose me when you see this is a kids book, because it’s not really.

I know that I should have been working on my next book, The Lion, but instead I spent the last few snow days revamping an old story. I dug it out of the graveyard tub of my old writing. It’s quite funny, especially the fact that I sported a massive fro at the age of six.

There is so much hatred and sadness in the world right now, perhaps this can make you smile just a little.

Dream Big and With no Excuses, (and With Love for Goodness Sake),


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Casey Voight The Lizard Kid

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