Countdown 2021 – Blastoff 2021

Today we launched the first collaboration between a wide range of Authors and Illustrators to highlight their talents and works.

The first was the author of Struggling to Forgive. Ann Tricia Bray Smith gave her insight into the importance of forgiveness and working together. You can read and purchase her book below.

You watch our video at the link below.

Our second author, Issiah Cummings, wrote the fantasy romance Elixir of Feelings . You can get his book below.

You can enjoy our conversation at the link below.

Production Starts On Clarence the Cabbie Confidential

It’s official!! The production of the first installment of Clarence the Cabbie Confidential. The story is titled Mommy Be So Mean She Takes My Money. Muhammad Fahim Hidayat has been chosen to illustrate the micro Manga.

Mommy Be So Mean, is a flash fiction story which retells the story of a traumatic time with her mother. The story is written by Clarence N M Coggins III.

Once the micro Manga is complete, the children’s book version will be started. The artist for that phase has yet to be determined. Also be on the look out for the WEBTOON version.

Meet The ShotList And Storyboard Women

Meet the more of the talent pool. These two were people we found on Would you believe Twins 👯‍♀️

Mawii & Mali are twin sister with the same set of interest born in a remote sub-urban site of Manipur, India on 23rd January 1989. Ever since they were in prep school, they love to draw cartoons and picture of princess. Their classmates would let them draw beautiful picture in exchange of blank sheets for them to draw more pictures. As they grow older, their talents and their love for arts multiplies and participated in inter school drawing competition and higher-level competition and have received several awards. Their talent doesn’t end there. Their brother signs them up on where the keep earning for their pocket money apart from their full-time work as an artist in the local graphic designing company.

About The Founder And Author

Clarence Coggins is the author of the new multicultural illustrated children’s series, Danielle, the Girl from New York. The first book in the series, Auntie I Don’t Want You to Get Married, follows Danielle as she visits her Auntie Julia in Georgetown, Guyana. Danielle struggles with Julia’s upcoming wedding as she is worried that her Auntie being married will affect their time together. The second book in the series, Six Magic Cans of Happiness, is scheduled to be released in early 2021. 

Clarence the Cabbie Confidential is another series he has in production. The first installment is Mommy Be So Mean She Takes My Money.

Clarence uses his passion for writing and communicating to teach young children valuable life lessons through story. 

Clarence is also a radio and television personality, coach and trainer. He graduated with his B.A. in Economics from Kean University in New Jersey and has previously worked as a High School Computer Science Teacher, a computer technician, and at H&R Block. Throughout his life, Clarence has struggled with low self-esteem, homelessness, and incarceration. All of these feelings and events motivated him to make a change. He found himself looking for ways to better his life and the lives of those around him.

Often, Clarence looked on the internet for possible solutions. He spent years experimenting, learning, and growing. Clarence has now found his passion which is network marketing and uses his skills and knowledge to help others also find that same passion and success. He creates digital products and hosts offline events to help you get your message to the masses.

You Can Get Our AudioBook Now

It’s very exciting to announce the that Auntie I Don’t Want You To Get Married is available in audiobook format. on is the first provider and Akoobooks (link to be added) is the second. on


Unfortunately we lost contact with the first two artists who created Danielle The Girl From New York. Back in 1992 when I first wrote the story in Georgetown, Guyana 🇬🇾 a gentleman name Andrew did a cover and illustrations. I got ill and lost both. The second one who did the cover for the paperback and the illustrations. I met them on Fiverr but they left after they completed the project.

Today you are in for a treat because you are about to meet the artist who did the Manga version and Webtoon.

Meet Muhammad Fahmi Hidayat, born in Wawotobi, August 26, 1998. This freelance illustrator and comic artist is happy to get his books messy in school with his work. He really like comics and anime. His career started to pursue the world of illustration and comics since high school until now.

Original Manga Drawing by Muhammad

We will let our other artists introduce himself. Until we get him over his camera shyness we will just put pictures of his art work. My name is Abhyudaya Agrawal, I started to illustrate 2 years ago when I was 18 years old just as
a hobby, to keep myself busy. I first started to draw in traditional way and switched to digital
illustration just to improve myself. I can do many styles in art but I mostly love the anime/manga style. I also do video editing and animation.

Ending Panel of our Webtoon by Abhyudaya

We welcome them to our team and thank them for the work they have done so far. Both can be found on Fiverr.

Enjoy our Webtoon here.

Announcing our new voice talent Kenlyn B. Miller

Finding the right talent for an audiobook project can sometimes be difficult. That wasn’t the case for Auntie, I Don’t Want You To Get Married. Kenlyn approached us on Instagram. On our home page you can hear her reading the first 3 minutes of Auntie, I Don’t Want You To Get Married.

Here’s a little background on Kenlyn B. Miller.
At the tender age of 12, Kenlyn found her calling for voice-over work when she nailed her first commercial after one take while training at The Barbizon International School for Modeling and Acting. She also attended and graduated from the prestigious Fiorello H. LaGuardia “Fame” High School with a major in music.

Although Kenlyn would be considered a “newbie” to the voice-over industry, her professional development includes recording background vocals on a gospel album in both English and Spanish. As a teacher, Kenlyn utilizes her vocal talents to create narratives to teach first graders and to engage students with special needs that she works with one-to-one.
Kenlyn’s desire is to inspire, empower, and influence both children and adults with her voice.

Because we don’t believe in hoarding treasures, please feel free to reach out to her for any projects you might have. We are already looking for ways to utilize her skills in the future.

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