Welcome to our latest edition of 3 Questions Wednesday, and say hello to Shelly Roark. Shelly is a senior copywriter for Focus on the Family and has released her debut children’s picture book. Let’s get started!
Can you describe yourself in three words?
Shelly: Giggly Chaotic Hugger.
Sounds like you’re a fun person. 🙂 Now here’s an interesting question—
Someone offers you a fully-paid writing research trip to any place you desire to go. Where would it be and why?
Shelly: Right now it would be New York City and the reason can be summed up in one word . . . CHRISTMAS! I would absolutely love to hang out in New York and enjoy the wonderful onslaught of sights and sounds of the holidays.
That would be my kinda trip too. Last question—
If someone made a movie of your life, what would be the theme song?
Shelly: Hmmmmm. The Mission Impossible theme song. Not because my life is an impossible mission, but because I like to think of it as one exciting adventure after another. And, quite honestly, the music just makes me happy.
I like it! Thanks, Shelly, for visiting us at 3 Questions Wednesday, and allowing our readers to know you better.
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The Bubble Who Would Not POP!
The Bubble Who Would Not POP! shares the adventure of a determined bubble on a mission. Billy Bubble must get the green-eyed girl’s prayer to heaven! It’s not easy for a bubble to keep it together . . . will he see God before he pops? Join Billy on his surprising journey as he learns some life-changing lessons about God’s love and the power of prayer.
Her debut children’s picture book—The Bubble Who Would Not POP!—recently received Gold in IBPA’s 2018 Benjamin Franklin/Bill Fisher Award for Best First Book (Children’s/YA) and the 2018 Silver Medal Illumination Book Award. Shelly and her husband Geoff live in Texas with their three teens. Website