Contact Me

Want to ask a question?  Make a comment?  Remind me of the time we met in Kalamazoo?  Or even ask to be put on the mailing list so you're the first to know when the Ninja Librarian returns to Skunk Corners! Feel free to drop me a line at

rebecca.douglass@ninjalibrarian.com

I'll be delighted to hear from you!

Or make a comment right here, and start a conversation.

10 comments:

  1. dear ninja librarian (are you really a ninja?). here is the name of an artist, whose work I have seen on facebook. her name is susan moss Jenkins and her contact info:

    susanjenkinsart.weebly.com
    smjenkins1@facebook.com

    I hope she can help you or steer you to someone who can. good luck.

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  2. the first address is a site of her work and the second is her email address. if any questions I would look her up on facebook. fingers crossed :)

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  3. Darryl, thanks for the contact info. Have you used her work or do you know her?

    Oh, and no, I'm not really a ninja. I'm not really even a librarian (I work at the library, but don't have the LS degree).

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  4. I just read that you are a fellow Washingtonian (even if you have defected to sunnier lands in California. I relocated from the east coast 35 years ago and never looked back. Love the title of your book "death by Ice Cream" I will look it up. The panda kindergarten would like it if you did a book "Death by Cuppycakes" but that's just them. Am bookmarking your site, heck I just found the subscribe button.

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    1. Glad you found the "subscribe" button! No death by Cuppycakes, but I do have some children's books, two for older elementary and a picture book to encourage parents to take their babies hiking!

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  5. I heard Ninja Librarian is available at Costco in RWC!

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  6. No way. Check it out and let me know.

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  7. My son and I just started reading The Ninja Librarian. It is so much fun. I am reading the voices for the residents of Skunk Corners in a Southern accent. When I was reading for Tommy Colson's voice, my son told me I had his voice wrong. He thinks Tommy would have a small voice because he must be very skinny since he has never had enough to eat. Thank you for writing such an engaging book.

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    1. So glad you are enjoying it! Send me an email at the above address, and I'll send a coupon for a reduced price on the sequel, either paper or ebook.

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