Insight into “How Orples Came To Be” … Part 1


Olivia (an intelligent little orange) is about to be picked from her tree.   Now, her life is really getting ready to change. What am I talking about? Why “orples”, of course.  Jack, an only child, and Olivia are about to become unlikely friends as events unfold in this new book.  “How Orples Came To Be” (63 color illustrated pages) begins the series of orples adventures.  My publishers list it as a children’s book, but I think it is appropriate for anyone 8 – 80. There are lots of subtle little lessons hidden between the lines that apply to us all dealing with friendship, loneliness, loyalty, and that nagging little battle we all sometimes experience when right and wrong are not easily separated.  The story description is a little different on Amazon’s site and by my publisher.  Both summaries are correct.  The alternate version focuses more on the story itself.

You can buy the book by through Amazon.com’s website, linked by the book’s title or click here.

Update as of March 21, 2012

Links added …  insight into How Orples Came To Be”

… part 2   posted on January 7, 2012

… part 3   posted on January 8, 2012

… part 4   posted on January 9, 2012

… part 5   posted on January 10, 2012

Available now!

Orple Series . Book 2 … “The Orples Make A Tree Home”  is now available on Amazon.Com.  in soft cover .  37 (color illustrated) pages.   Now that the orples are free from their tree, they have new needs.  This book tells the tale of how the orples transformed in the Treasure Tree, into a home.  Come along as they carry out their first goal.                            E-book format coming soon.

More insight into this book on blog postThe Orples Make A Tree Home“.

Coming soon … Book 3 … The Orples Learn To Read.

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11 responses to “Insight into “How Orples Came To Be” … Part 1

  1. In a world filled with such sadness, how great is it to have the Orples. And what an amazing talent and person Ms. King is. Can’t wait to see what the Orples do next and where my amazing friend will take us next. Thank you, Marcy, for being you.

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    • Hi Ledia, It’s been a long time. I hope life’s been being good to you and yours. Thank you for reblogging this. I’m sorry it’s been so long since I’ve acknowledge your/everyone’s visits, really. I changed by e-mail to separate my blog notifications from ‘business’ emails, and life happened, and so on, but for the time being, I’m back again, so thought I’d stop by and say ‘hello’. I really do miss our little ‘chats’. :) I’ll be snooping on your blog to see what I missed, when I have time to actually visit. In the meantime, take care. Marcy

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    • Thank you. Apologies for the delay in acknowledgement, but it’s been a long time since I’ve blogged. I changed my e-mail, and lost my links, but I appreciate your kudos and your visit, time lapse, or not. :)

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