I hope you wanted to find me. Well, here I am.
Get to Know Indie Author Deborah Baldwin is today’s post.
Find my award winning book at: Bumbling Bea book
Are you interested in my post, Get to Know Indie Author Deborah Baldwin?Hello!
Who is this Dramamomma?
I live in Kansas in the vibrant university town of Lawrence. I am a happily married wife of thirty-four years and a mother to our two grown daughters and wonderful step son.
We moved to Kansas last summer to be near our family and our grandchildren. I was born and raised in Kansas, although I have never lived in the state as an adult until now. In some respects, I feel very at home here but that’s the mid-west for you. 😊
I’m an award winning veteran drama teacher and very experienced and successful youth theater and community theater director doing both for over thirty-five years.
I have a Teacherspayteachers store where I offer drama education products for every grade level and many subjects a part of the drama (costume design, radio theater, elements of drama, storytelling, acting, set design, etc. For more information about my TpT products, go to: Dramamommaspeaks Teacherpayteachers Store
Dramamommaspeaks is about teaching drama at all levels, directing, the arts and drawing wisdom from my experiences. Every so often I will blog about other subjects such as parenting, my life, etc.
I am an indie author of Bumbling Bea, an award winning middle grade book concerning an unusual friendship between two girls.
Lastly, I am a featured writer for Litpick.com an international award winning website for student book reviewers, parents and librarians. Check out my articles here the Facebook page for Litpick.com.
One of my firsts– a “fan” of Bumbling Bea–she made TWO book reports on it!
Here’s a post concerning my advice when teaching high school students. Lessons Learned from 38 Years of Teaching High School
Please take your time and peruse the blog and follow me! It would mean a great deal to me to know you read my posts.
This blog, like teaching, performing and directing, makes me feel connected to the world. In these times, don’t we all need that?
One of my better outfits, I must say…My husband would tell you I cut up all the time. I love to make people laugh and he is my best audience. We have been married 36 years. (Who’d ever put up with me that long, I’ll never know…) How can you beat that?
Tim and I on my 60th birthday.