Wednesday, October 22, 2014

I’m writing again!
Hello, thank you for visiting my blog today. I’m @Scarberryfields on Twitter and author of the hit novella, Messages from Henry, Rag Doll, the Jumper series of children’s books, and the sequel to Messages from Henry, Where Love Takes you. The sequel was written in collaboration with British author, Francis Potts (@FPotts on Twitter).
I’m so excited! I’ve come up with the idea for a new mystery novel. If you’ve read my short story, Rag Doll (free everywhere), you can be certain this novel won’t be predictable and it’ll have a big twist in the end. I can’t wait to write the 1st sentence.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

My Newest Release

Hello. Thank you for visiting my blog today. I'm Rebecca Scarberry, @Scarberryfields on Twitter, author of Messages from Henry, Rag Doll, the Jumper series, and Where Love Takes You.

I'm happy to tell you that on September 6, 2014 I released volume 4 in my Jumper series of children's picture books, Jumper & Friends. It now has nine 5 star reviews. Yesterday I received my order for the book in paperback, and I've already sold them all.

I don't plan to write another book in the series. I'm going to focus most of my attention on getting the copyright for the screen play (consisting of one episode for television), and sending it to the television producers who've requested it. According to many parents, if I succeed in getting Jumper on television, their children will be very happy.

For sale in ebook and print. Amazon Link:

Saturday, August 23, 2014


Hello! Thank you for visiting my blog today. I’m Rebecca Scarberry, @Scarberryfields on Twitter and author of Messages from Henry, Rag Doll, Jumper series of children’s picture books, and Where Love Takes You.
Here’s the cover for volume 4 in my Jumper series. The book will be released around September 16, 2014 or sooner. The series is written to be read to age four through seven over several reading sessions. Eight year olds are able to read all the books in the series on their own.


Hi! Humans call me the red ball, but Jumper is my real name. With the help of Mr. Wind, there were several times when I jumped from my wire basket, in front of Little Tykes Toys & Bikes.
On occasion, the store clerk or the store manager tracked me down and took me back to the store. They didn’t care about a ball’s dreams.
It was a happy day for me when two-year-old Tony’s mother bought me. He’s now four years old and he loves me so much. He takes me just about everywhere with him.
I’m here to tell you all about my exciting new adventures with Tony and his best friend, Emily. Bouncy Brianna lives with Emily. She’s a red ball too and we’ve become good friends. I call her Bouncy for short.

Boat Rides 

“Tony, Emily’s on the phone!” Tony’s mamma shouted from the kitchen.
Tony took me into the kitchen with him, put me on the floor, and took the phone from his mother.
“Emily, I was just thinking about you. What’s going on?”
With the speaker phone on I could hear Emily’s reply.
“My dad’s taking me to Wannabe Lake tomorrow. It’s going to be a lot of fun. He’ll take us sailing on our boat.  Some neighborhood friends of mine will be there too. They’re brothers and their parents have a speedboat. Their father will take us water skiing. Well, sort of water skiing. We’ll be in a big inner tube and Mr. Saints will pull us behind the boat. It’s called tubing. Do you wanna come?”
“Can I take my red beach ball?”
Emily laughed.
“I knew you’d ask me that. Yes, I’ll be taking mine with me.”
Wow! I really looked forward to seeing Bouncy once again.
Tony’s father walked into the kitchen.
“Daddy, Mamma’s going shopping tomorrow and Emily has invited me to go to the lake Saturday. Her dad’s taking us sailing. Will you take me?”
“Sure. I love sailing.”
“Emily, my dad says he’ll take me.”
“Cool,” Emily replied. “I can’t wait for you to meet my friends, Kyle, Kian, and Lizzy.” You’ll like them.”
“I know Lizzy. She goes to my day care.”
“Are you sure it’s the same person? Does the Lizzy you know have long light brown hair and violet eyes?”
“Yes! Big violet eyes and long eyelashes.”
“That’s her. She lives down the street from me. When I see her today, I’ll tell her you’ll be there. Meet us at the boat dock at eleven o’clock.” 
The link to my Amazon author page:


Monday, August 18, 2014


Hello. Thank you for visiting my blog today. I’m @Scarberryfields on Twitter and author of: Messages from Henry, Rag Doll, Jumper series of children’s picture books, and Where Love Takes you. 

I’ll be publishing volume four in my popular children’s book series in September. It’s called Jumper & Friends. 

I’ll be asking all of you to vote for your favorite cover in a week or so.  

Here are some of the rave reviews posted for my Jumper series:  

Five Star Review: Jumper by Rebecca Scarberry is a delightful story for children of all ages. Follow the hilarious and sometimes scary adventures of Jumper, a red beach ball with feelings as he is taken on a mystery tour with his owner, Tony and family.” 

~Simon O’kill, author of The Phantom Bigfoot series 

Five Star Review: “What a feel good children's story about a friendly red beach ball who wants an adventure in Carnival Castle. Jumper finds it's more than an adventure to even get there. Lovely illustrations, easy to read, and a story children will love. With characters like Gracie Gray, Mr. Wind, Bella, Suzie, and Tony to name but a few, this book will be a winner with children. Definitely one I will read to my nephew's son when he is old enough. I recommend this enchanting little tale.” 

~Diane Major, author of Like Hell Itself (book 1 and 2, Children of Fury, and many more 

Five Star Review: “After reading the second book to them, my kids told me to get the author’s attention and ask her to turn the book into a TV kiddie series, just like SpongeBob and Blue’s Clues!” 

~Arianne, a young mother of two small children 

Five Star Review: “The author is hoping to create a television series for these characters. Join me in wishing her success with this venture. Jumper and the cast of characters surrounding him certainly deserve a wider audience of children and parents.” 

Dean Schechinger, author of The Unicorn Scandal, The Monster Doctor, and many more children’s books
Please keep reading books to your little ones.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

UPDATE regarding my new release

Hello, thank you for visiting my blog today. I’m Rebecca Scarberry (@Scarberryfields on Twitter), author of the hit novella, Messages from Henry, Rag Doll, Jumper series of children’s books, and Where Love Takes you (written in collaboration with Francis Potts:@FPotts on Twitter).

It looks like I won’t be publishing the fourth book in my Jumper series of children’s books, JUMPER SAILS, until September of this year. I really hate to delay this book for so many young children have been waiting patiently for the next book. My young fans are also waiting patiently for me to get Jumper on TV. I’m doing my best. I’m still waiting to get the copyright in the mail. I want the copyright because it lasts forever and holds up in a court of law. Many film producers are patiently waiting to read the script for  the episode I’ve written. One of them is affiliated with Disney. Please cross your fingers I can get Jumper, the funny talking red ball on TV.

Here’s a preview audio clip of book one, narrated by one of my favorite authors, Jessie B. Tyson (@JessieBTyson on Twitter):

Friday, July 18, 2014


Hello. Thank you for visiting my blog today. I’m @Scarberryfields on Twitter and author of Messages from Henry, Rag Doll, the Jumper series of children’s picture books, and Where Love Takes You.
Next month I’ll be self-publishing the fourth book in my hit Jumper series of children’s picture books. It’s tentatively called JUMPER and FRIENDS. The funny talking red beach ball will be back to thrill age four and up by telling them about his latest adventures away from the toy store, Little Tykes Toys & Bikes.
I’m so pleased that not only children love these books, but parents as well. I’ve tried very hard to not only entertain the little ones, but their parents as well. Mission accomplished!
This is the cover for volume one in the series:

Thursday, July 17, 2014

I desperately need your help entitling the 4th book in my popular Jumper series of children’s picture books. Jumper is a friendly talking red beach ball owned by Tony, a four-year-old toddler. In this stand-alone book, Jumper goes tubing on Wannabe Lake, goes to his first magic show, goes on a hay ride before Halloween, and has great fun riding in the bucket of Tony’s favorite Christmas gift, a miniature electric tractor. I only want the title to consist of three words. Link to book one if you’d like to read the sample: