Julie Navarrette has two passions in life, these are: music and writing.
She has a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and music from the University of North Alabama, she also partnered with Ed Hansen Productions on a fantasy script and producer, David Sheldon on a Civil War script.
After discovering light-hearted drama is more her style, she wrote her first book, A Job for Christina, to encourage kids to approach life with a sense of humor, a good work ethic, and an equally good attitude.
From Bach to Beethoven, Dirk Hamburg has seen them all... even met a few, with his mother and grandpa's friends with some composers and their family, Dirk is intrigued to compose his own music, and his curiosity is enlightened as his mother, grandpa and some others feed that inquisitiveness with the insights to some composers' history, be it good or bad.
This gets Dirk thinking of how he would want to compose his own music, perhaps for his father who has recently passed, and if he would like to add songs in with it or a fast tempo.
On Dirk's travels to Rome, with his mother, he meets Isabella, they strike up a fond friendship and are both sorry to part when it's time for Dirk to return home.
Will he finish the composition he started and find a way to help the bully at school or will his friend, Arnt, lead him to a place where he gets more than he bargained for?