In a world where a global pandemic threatened the celebration of America’s most beloved holiday.
When our childrens’ time-honored tradition of dressing up to fright or delight in order to shakedown strangers for candy, was in peril.
Two women on opposite coasts dared to stand up and yell into the void, “You can take our freedom to move about the country, and our kids’ in-person learning, but can’t take away our Halloween!”
And so, these two women—we’ll call them Audrey & Creedance, because those are their names—armed only with caffeine and insomnia-inspired puns, teamed up to bring PLAY TRICK-or-TREAT to life. Mwahahahaha!
Audrey grew up in Los Angeles, California, where, like all little girls, she dreamt of being a transient freight train hopper, thanks in large part her dad’s kid-friendly version of Big Rock Candy Mountain. Alas, a life on the rails was not for her. She traded in daydreaming for a career in marketing.
Audrey currently lives in Cambridge, MA with her family, who, while delightful, don’t laugh as hard as they should at her jokes.
When she’s not writing about herself in the third person, Audrey writes picture books, poetry, and the frequent bad mom joke. She’s an enthusiastic member of SCBWI, The Writer’s Loft, and Poets’ Garage.
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Creedance Kenna is a living artist whose insomnia-inducing social media addiction gives her the time to make wickedly clever art.
Creedance never became the first female MLB knuckleball pitcher for the LA Dodgers, much to her father’s dismay. Despite the fact that she has an MBA, a successful advertising career, and has studied fine art in Los Angeles, and Florence, Italy, her dad haunts her about her missed MLB career to this day. This omniscient narrator is very happy Creedance decided to pursue art.
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