About Me

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The Author and the Illustrator

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Angela T. Baron is the author and illustrator of the children’s books A Tale of Two Squirrels (2013) and Squirrely over Nuts (2010). After receiving a BS in Zoology from Texas A & M University, she started work in the veterinary field. Feeling her creative spark grow while working with animals at the clinics and while volunteering at the zoological gardens, she began filing away ideas and stories in her head. The birth of her children fueled that fire and she began writing for children, using nature as an outlet to teach them about various issues and entertain them at the same time. Now she has expanded to include young adults in her audience. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators and also the creator of the I Otter Be® line of illustrations that are available through her website. Otters are her favorite wildlife creature and her cute and active otter character found its way into the market via t-shirts and mugs. She lives with her husband and two children in western New York, where she actively writes and illustrates for herself and others, while still staying active in the volunteer community.

2015 new year 300x300 My 3 Words for 2015

Every year someone asks me about my New Year’s resolutions. I remember making halfhearted resolutions back in high school; I will study more, I will not compete with my sister, and I will not waste my money on frivolous things. I will be honest, I never kept them. In fact, I started making a resolution to not make a resolution; which I instantly failed at keeping. The last time I considered making a resolution was when I wanted to lose weight. I could not have asked for a more colossal failure. My weight has fluctuated over the years, but I have permanently shed the urge for a New Year’s resolution.

I read an article on Chris Brogan’s website about a similar topic, “My 3 Words”. I decided to finally take his advice. He created the “My 3 Words” exercise because most resolutions aren’t especially helpful and are usually not kept. The 3 words are more poignant, never negative and are much easier to remember.

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