Thursday, January 22, 2015

Interview with Anna C. Morrison about Green Gooey Goop

Come and join me as I talk with author Anna Morrison about her novel In Between Dreams on Stories From Unknown Authors at 1pm EST today.

Book Summary:
A little girl is presented with a different sort of a meal when her mom serves her green gooey goop. Interesting and icky ingredients appear one by one as the little girl decides what's in this noxious-smelling concoction. The little girl creates a flood, and her dog's fur turns green. Suggested age range for readers: 0-8

  • Paperback: 16 pages
  • Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc; large type edition edition (October 15, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1616335432
  • ISBN-13: 978-1616335434

Author Bio:


Anna C. Morrison is an author of children's books, including Silly Moments and Green Gooey Goop, with many more to follow. She is also an adjunct professor for multiple colleges and universities, both face-to-face and online. While she instructs various levels of English composition, she also teaches classes on literature, film, feature writing, and technical writing, among others. In addition, she has worked with Adapt Courseware as a writing consultant on three video course projects, including college skills and composition. Anna received her MFA in Writing from Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky, and her BA in English, Creative Writing, from California State University, San Bernardino. Anna is an active member of SCBWI and is available for book signings. She lives in Southern California with her family and pets. Please visit her web site at

The Green Gooey Goop Amazon Link

Book Review:
Green Gooey Goop is a simple and cute story of trying to get your child to eat healthy. But when it looks like green gooey goop, the child's imagination begins to soar. Now it's snot from an elephants trunk. Who can eat that? 

Parents and children will be able to relate to this 18 page picture book about eating healthy and how hard it is when it doesn't look, and sometimes tastes, so inviting.   


  1. Thank you for being on my show today. I look forward to talking about your book.

  2. Thank you, Renee, for your nice review and the great talk on your show today!

  3. You have a great book. I know parents and children will be able to relate to your fun story.