“The Prince In The Flower Bed is smart, hip and hysterical.”
“…filled with real personalities, interesting twists, imaginative details—and just the right touch of magic.”
“With wit and humor that will appeal to every kid and every one who ever was a kid, including those of us wishing we could be kids again, Roberta Major has woven another tale in her fairy tale series…that will leave you begging: WHERE’S THE NEXT ONE???”
—Sara V. Olds,
author of Hanne’s Farewell To Juarez
“For ‘kids’ of all ages, The Seventh Dwarf is a delightful tale that kept me smiling from cover to cover. Not unlike the immensely popular and entertaining Shrek, Dwarf takes ‘happily ever after’ a hop, skip and a jump farther, leading the child in us all on a merry romp through ‘what if’.”
author of LOCKER SHOCK!
“Once I reacquired TIES from my granddaughter, I found myself being highly entertained... It was much more of an attention-getter than James Mitchner... Major is a talented author who gives her readers the opportunity to partake of sheer reading for pleasure… style, composition and wild imagination… I love reading a book where the good guys win and the bad ones go to that place where bad guys will reside for all eternity…”
—a reader from Texas
“I just finished TIES over the weekend! What a great book. I just loved it. I just love the subtleties…such a delightful band of characters! Harry is a loverly hero!!”
—a reader from California
Roberta Olsen Major wore out two toy typewriters as a child before her parents decided it would be more frugal to provide her with the real thing. Throughout junior high and high school, she used two fingers to tap out lurid, angst-filled stories peopled with impossibly beautiful characters speaking highly improbable dialogue.
After earning a BA from Brigham Young University, she worked as a librarian in sensible shoes, before switching her Major to the care and feeding of a scientific husband and two charming children.
A published playwright and reviewer of children’s books, she now lives in Texas, where she collects dust, gets taken for daily walks by her faithful Schnauzers, and is, as always, working on her next book.