Welcome to the Writing & Creativity Blog and website of writer and teddy bear artist James (Jim) Milson, author of “The Adventures of Little Red Bear” stories. To learn more about me, along with my good literary friend Little Red Bear, please visit the About the Blog and Little Red Bear page.
This is a family-friendly site dedicated to Positivity, Kindness, Children, Family, Mother Nature, and Conservation. And keeping up with Little Red Bear and his friends. Red has even been known to share some of his favorite recipe finds with followers from time to time! He is quite the accomplished cook, you know, and his biscuits have won a wall full of blue ribbons at the Tri-County Fair over the years! (Can’t make a passable pie crust to save his life though so we won’t be mentioning that.)
As in all of “The Adventures of Little Red Bear” stories and other writings, these pages are intended to be Entertaining, Informative, and Educational. Everything is offered Freely because that’s just how we roll here.
In order to keep these pages free of distracting advertisements and quick-loading to enhance our readers’ enjoyment, this site generates no revenue to offset the cost of maintaining and publishing new material. The generous support and help of Patrons help to offset these expenses to allow us to keep the site going and growing to be able to offer more to everyone, including distribution of “The Adventures of Little Red Bear” books at no charge to schools, libraries, hospitals, and senior residence facilities. And to those who cannot afford one for their families.
We invite and encourage you to Join Our New Patreon Community for as little as $1 a month. If you enjoy your visits here, one-time “Tip Jar Thank You’s” are also sincerely appreciated.
I encourage you to kick off your shoes, put your feet up, get comfortable with your favorite beverage, and to browse around to enjoy the ever-growing selections of Free Reads available, including short stories, works of poetry, and feature pieces, including many for the Christmas Holiday season.
Here are just a few of the most-visited pages to help get you started —
“Warning” Poem by Jenny Joseph — “When I Grow Old, I Shall Wear Purple”
“Judge Softly” or “Walk a Mile in His Moccasins” — by Mary T. Lathrap
“Finding A Purpose Driven Life — What Would You Do If . . . . . . ?”
“Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” by Dr. Seuss
“Tex-Mex and Rex” — A Fun Poem for Children
A Short Story – “How The Teddy Bear Got Its Name”
Children (and adults) are also invited to enjoy Little Red Bear’s Activities, Games, Puzzles & Coloring Pages. Visit often, because Little Red Bear is always adding more!
Little Red Bear and I sincerely appreciate your visits and time spent with us here, your support, and accompanying us along on the journey. Little Red Bear is all about “Adventures”, you know. Just be sure to bring your “adventure story boots” along because, together with human friends, Little Red Bear has a number of wildlife and animal friends, as well. Careful where you step.
To connect and keep up to date with my writing and teddy bear and other creations, please follow me here on the Blog to be notified in your email of every new post. Never any Spam. Little Red Bear and I have Spam in the can which we enjoy on occasion for breakfast, but promise Never to send any Spam to your email inbox. We just wouldn’t do that.
I also invite and encourage you to visit my other social media sites listed below. We share new material, information, and humor every day, God willing and the creeks don’t rise, of course.
Simply ‘tap’ on the site name to Connect, Like, and Follow —
My Author Facebook Page
James Milson Creations on Etsy
My Pinterest Boards for Recipes, Art, and So Much More
Connect On Twitter
Join the Patreon Community
“The Adventures of Little Red Bear” Short Stories on Amazon
Thank You for visiting and spending part of your day with us! Little Red Bear and I hope that you will register to follow the site here, and join us on our journey forward. Life is much better with friends and joy better when shared.
Did you know that a kind word or simple act of kindness can change someone’s whole day or perhaps even life around?
Please join Little Red Bear and me in the “Smile & Compliment” Club. We are growing slowly one new friend and follower at a time, and together we can all make a positive difference in the world and in the lives of others while creating a kinder, gentler world for our children.
And that’s what we’re all about here! — Jim (and Red!)
“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
“There is no royal road to anything. One thing at a time, all things in succession. That which grows fast, withers as rapidly. That which grows slowly, endures.” — Josiah Gilbert Holland
Meet Little Red Bear & His Friends — “Once Upon A Time In A Very Special Woods . . . .”
“You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax all you need is a book!” – Dr. Seuss
This is a purposefully non-monetized, ad-free site to be able to offer the most enjoyable reading and viewing experience for everyone, with all content freely shared, and generates no income to offset the costs of maintaining and operating. If you enjoy your visits and time with us, Join our new Patron Community today, because together we can do so much!
With the help of patrons, each month we are able to donate free print copies of “The Adventures of Little Red Bear: The First Holler!” to Senior Citizens, School Libraries and Classrooms, and to those who could otherwise not obtain a copy.
Patrons also help my friend Little Red Bear and me to continue this as a non-monetized, ad-free site, dedicated solely to entertainment and educational purposes while sharing positive messages of happiness, inspiration, and kindness with everyone. We invite you to join us in making a positive difference in the world!
“Instead of waiting for beauty to show up at your doorstep, create so much beauty within you that it will inevitably overflow in all directions.” — Nityananda Das