Carrie Lowrance

Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Romance

Author Profile

Carrie  Lowrance

Carrie Lowrance writes humorous books for 7-12 year olds that teach lessons about hygiene, emotions, and other social situations. She is a day care teacher with an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and often gets ideas for her books from the children in her care.

Books

Before Us

Working Title: Before Us

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Before Us

Romance

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A New Family Saga

Before Us is the prequel novella to kick off the Steele Family Saga series. Sterling Steele is the son of country superstar Gunner Steele. As head of road crew, he makes sure his dad’s shows go off without a hitch every night. It’s not easy being related to a famous person. His controlling father expects him to go along with his every expectation. Haven Campbell and her mom are homeless and decide to take one last chance, betting on their talents in fashion and makeup to land a job. In doing so, Haven and Sterling’s worlds collide and sparks fly. Soon a “fake” relationship isn’t so fake and they are falling deeper and deeper in love. When a twist, neither of them saw coming, tears their world apart, Sterling has to decide weather to stay or leave the music business to find himself and the love of his life who has disappeared. You can pick up a FREE copy of this novella via this link when you subscribe to my newsletter. https://dl.bookfunnel.com/qik1svska8

Lithium Dreams and Melancholy Sunrise

Working Title: Lithium Dreams and Melancholy Sunrise

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Lithium Dreams and Melancholy Sunrise

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We All Have One

I wrote this poem about an unrequited love. We've all had one of these, haven't we? The worst part is when you have to be around it all the time. When no matter how you look at it, the pain is unbearable. But to look them in the face would be the ultimate demise of your heart and soul.

Brock's Bad Temper (And The Time Machine)

Working Title: Brock's Bad Temper (And The Time Machine)

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Brock's Bad Temper (And The Time Machine)

Brock has a bad temper, he just can't seem to keep his anger under control. His sister, Brenda, is known as the kindness queen. She warns Brock that if his temper keeps up, he will wind up taking a trip in the bad temper time machine. Brock thinks she's crazy. She tells him that she used to have a bad temper too but all that changed after a few trips in the time machine. Brenda tells him that one night she was putting on her pajamas and the next thing she knew, she was in another time period. She was also getting ready to receive an old-school punishment. Brock doesn't believe her and says it could never happen to him. Then one night after a rough day at school he is transported back in time in the time machine. Will his experiences show him that having a bad temper is not a good thing? Will he realize that the modern-day consequences for his actions are not that bad? Join Brock as he gets in trouble, goes back in time, and finally learns to get his temper under control.

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Consequences For Our Actions

I wrote this book to show children there are consequences for our actions and decided to use punishments from back in the old days to drive home the point. In this scene, Brock is transported back in time to experience and old time spanking using a switch. I used to hear my grandparents talk about this when they were alive. However, when Brock is transported back to his house it's almost like it was a dream to him, still, the experience gets his attention.

Brock's Bad Temper (And The Time Machine)

Working Title: Brock's Bad Temper (And The Time Machine)

This Book Is In Development

Brock's Bad Temper (And The Time Machine)

Brock has a bad temper, he just can't seem to keep his anger under control. His sister, Brenda, is known as the kindness queen. She warns Brock that if his temper keeps up, he will wind up taking a trip in the bad temper time machine. Brock thinks she's crazy. She tells him that she used to have a bad temper too but all that changed after a few trips in the time machine. Brenda tells him that one night she was putting on her pajamas and the next thing she knew, she was in another time period. She was also getting ready to receive an old-school punishment. Brock doesn't believe her and says it could never happen to him. Then one night after a rough day at school he is transported back in time in the time machine. Will his experiences show him that having a bad temper is not a good thing? Will he realize that the modern-day consequences for his actions are not that bad? Join Brock as he gets in trouble, goes back in time, and finally learns to get his temper under control.

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Get a Handle On Your Temper

I wrote this book to show kids there are consequences for your actions. Brock is a fiery little fellow who can't keep his temper under control. Each night after a bad day at school he gets transported back in time to face an old-school punishment. Can he learn to keep his temper under control and to be nice to people?

Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green)

Working Title: Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green)

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Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green)

Children's Books

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Teaching Kids to Try New Foods

Goober McGee has to try new gross, dark, vegetables to cure his Boogeritis. I hope he will encourage my young readers to try new foods too.

Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green)

Working Title: Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green)

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Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green)

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He Should Have Listened

Goober McGee has a bad habit of eating his boogers. His brother Sludge warned him if he didn't stop he would turn green everywhere. Unfortunately, Goober didn't listen and that is exactly what happened. Now he's green-everywhere!

Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green)

Working Title: Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green)

This Book Is In Development

Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green)

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My First Children's Book

I wrote this book while I was working in daycare. It was the height of cold and flu season and I heard my co-teacher say, "Ew! Don't Eat Your Boogers!" and I thought, "You'll turn green." I could feel a story brewing and by the end of the week I had a rough draft. Then I sat on it for a bit. I took a writing course and at the end we had to submit either a novella, a chapter of a book, or a children's story. I sent in my story and got really good feedback and that I should publish it. I tried a few places but no luck. So, I read it to our school age room (4's and 5's) and they liked it. Then I heard someone say, "I want that book." So, I published it. If it weren't for the kids liking the story, I may never had had the courage to publish it.

Don’t Eat Your Boogers (You’ll Turn Green)

Children's Books

Do your kids have too much green in their diet? Are they eating more of their boogers than last night's green vegetable at dinner? Goober McGee has a bad habit. He eats his boogers. His older brother, Sludge, warns him that he could get a case of Boogeritis. Goober thinks he is just pulling his leg. But one day he wakes up and he is all green, everywhere! Goober is in a panic. How does he get rid of it? Follow Goober on his quest to get well by learning to try new foods and promising to never eat his boogers again. Don't Eat Your Boogers will help your kids in the following ways: Teach your kids to stop eating their boogers. Encourage them to try new foods. Help them encourage their friends do the same.

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Brock’s Bad Temper and The Time Machine

Children's Books

Brock has a bad temper, can he get it under control? Brock has a bad temper, he just can't seem to keep his anger under control. His sister, Brenda, is known as the kindness queen. She warns Brock that if his temper keeps up, he will wind up taking a trip in the bad temper time machine. Brock thinks she's crazy. She tells him that she used to have a bad temper too but all that changed after a few trips in the time machine. Brenda tells him that one night she was putting on her pajamas and the next thing she knew, she was in another time period. She was also getting ready to recieve an old school punishment. Brock doesn't believe her and says it could never happen to him. Then one night after a rough day at school he is transported back in time in the time machine. Will his experiences show him that having a bad temper is not a good thing? Will he realize that the modern day consequences for his actions are not that bad? Join Brock as he gets in trouble, goes back in time, and finally learns to get his temper under control.

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Lithium Dreams and Melancholy Sunrise

Literature & Fiction

These poems tell the story About a road littered with heartbreak Heartache Obsession Unrequited love Tears Anger Frustration Sadness And finally letting go

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Love Unrequited

Another poem about love unrequited. I can still remember who this poem was about and all the things they were going through at the time. I thought I could be the one to fix it all, if only I would be noticed. Looking back, it all worked out. There were too many differences and he was deeply in love with someone else anyway. We would have crashed and burned out. Still, as a teenager when I wrote this, my tortured feelings meant everything.

A Snippet of Heartache

This poem was written about waiting for an unrequited love to return. This entire book of poems is about heartache, obsession, unrequited love, tears, anger, frustration, sadness, and finally letting go.

Shadow Of Soul

Literature & Fiction

“Shadow of Soul” takes the reader on an emotive pilgrimage of the human experience that isn’t often discussed. Through the art of dark poetic storytelling, Carrie Lowrance awakens one’s psyche to a wide spectrum of suppressed emotion, from rage to anguish and everything in between. By book’s end, the reader will get to know the entirety of their soul and wholeheartedly embrace it, darkness and all. Most importantly, this collection of poignant poems teaches us that one’s shadow isn’t an aspect of themselves that they should fear. Beauty and pain reside in every facet of this journey called life.

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Crush

I remember writing this about someone I had a serious crush on. Out of all the "mistakes" I've made in bad relationships and experiences in unrequited love, I hold this person dear. Why? Because even after he found out about my feelings, he still treated me with kindness and respect. Looking back, in the end, we would have been all wrong for each other. Now we are both happily married to other people so it all worked out.

The Dark Early Years

Many of these poems were written in my teens through my mid-adult life. I can still remember staying up late after everyone else went to sleep, writing in my notebooks. Some of these poems were written when I was very young (early to late teens) when I knew nothing about life or love. Some were written in my late teens to mid-twenties when I was dealing with typical young adult stuff-love, breakups, life, etc. All I had to do was open my notebook and it was as if I cut myself to bleed. My thoughts and emotions would just spill out. I'm so glad I published them years later and I hope others will fins comfort and healing in them.

The Safety of Objects

Literature & Fiction

On the surface, material objects are just that. Inanimate things that can be seen, touched, smelled, heard, tasted and sometimes all five. However, us humans have a way of associating meaning to even the most ordinary seeming of items, from allergy-inducing grass blades to delectable candy and everything in between. Some objects bring us all-encompassing comfort, while others bring us undeniable distress. The saying one person’s trash is another person’s treasure certainly rings true here. Whether you are a chocoholic or a coffee aficionado, this unique collection of poetry belongs on your bookshelf.

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A Poem About Coffee

I love coffee. Iced or hot. Flavored or not. However, it must have creamer in it. This poem is an ode to all the ways we wake up with our favorite cup of joe every morning.

Our Feline Friends

I love cats and have owned several throughout the years. When I was writing this poem, I was thinking of how to creatively describe a cat.

The Lighter Side Of Poetry

After writing Lithium Dreams and Melancholy Sunrise, my first book of dark poetry, I wanted to focus on the lighter side of my writing. I had ten notebooks full of poetry over the years that was collecting dust on the shelf so I had a lot to work with. I went through and chose the lighter ones and decided to compile them into a book. Ironically, many of the poems are about things (snowflakes, chocolate, grass, etc) so I decided to call the book The Safety Of Objects.

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