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"Drums and Dragon" is now being featured at the biggest books store in Los Angeles´:

Vroman's Bookstore

Many workshops and classes on "bullying" will be offered in the Los  Angels area during the summer, at many of the local library's and YMCA's.


-->  Drums & Dragons now available as a download on <--


It is an honor to have Ashley Hughs as a friend, who is an honoral student at the University of La Verne

Drums & Dragons Books can be found at the:

Dollmakers' Kattywompus the: Toys Dolls and Music 412 South Myrtle Avenue
Monrovia, CA 91016-2812


March 25th at 4:40 - 6pm - Monroiva Boys & Girls Club

April 13rd - Monroiva Boys & Girls Club

Children Work Shop:
San Fransisco - June 25th, 26ths and 27th

Book Reading:

October 3rd, 2009
At: 11:00am
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Store
519 South Myrtle Ave
Monrovia, CA 91016

October 4th, 2009
Children's Book Reading
October fest
Whittier, CA

October 16th, 2009
rescheduled until Nov. 09
At: 7:00PM
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Store
519 South Myrtle Ave
Monrovia, CA 91016

Childrens Book Reading
November 4th, 2009
Boys & Girls Club
Monrovia, CA

November 6th, 2009
The Temple
Glendale, CA

Childrens event
December 6th, 2009
Boys & Girls Club
Monrovia, CA

Childrens Book Reading
December 16th, 2009
Boys & Girls Club
Monrovia, CA

Photos from the Holiday event:
KISS & Alice Cooper Drummer who is also an advocate for children, spent time over the holiday to help children who artistic, abused and neglected. He is an excellent role model of young musicians via he is against drug use and doesn't smoke. This was a great thrill for 165 children at the center.


Photos from the 2009 EXPO

Book Signing’s Events:

Feb 2009 – 12th at Sportsmen's Lodge 12833 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City, California

Feb 2009 - 13th, 14th, & 15th at the Health Conscious Exp at the LAX Hilton

April 2009 - 25th & 26th at UCLA - LA Times/UCLA Festival of Books

Book Signing & Reading this weekend on Oct 4, 2008 at:

In the West Minister Gardens
1420 Santa Domingo,
Duarte CA 91006
For more information call Irwin at (323) 461-3921

Literacy First - Youth Poetry Competition

The contest will take place from September 15th thru October 15th 2008

All applicants are to drop there pieces off at the Sylvan Learning center in San Marino
Sylvan Learning Center
2990 Huntington Drive
San Marino, California
1:30pm-6pm Mon - Friday

Youth Poetry Contest:
Poets between the ages of 8-17 there will be 3 categories
3rd graders to 5th graders; 6 graders to 8th graders; 9th graders to 12th graders.

Rules for Poets:

The poems must be about world peace, how to better the environment, how to be better our community, and basically anything to better the world we live in.

The may be in song format, Rap format, and traditional poetry format of any kind.
No bad language will be accepted in any form
Must be 1 page and maximum of 500 word count
Must live in the Los Angeles spa #3 area.
Wnner’s will be announced at the Sylvan
Reception will be on November 15, 2008

At which winners will read there piece and receive there prizes: $50.00 gift Certified from Macys, 2 Tickets to Disney Land, and The Grand Prize is Lunch with Rock Drummer
Eric Singer.

This program is to help support Reading, Music an Art to our children.  

New Review: From Awareness Magazine
Written by Rhonda Lynn,
Illustrated by Serena Wright-Taylor
Robin the little dragon feels like a failure because he can’t breathe fire. The other young dragons make fun of him. Unhappy and ashamed, Robin seeks out Midir, the greatest warrior and teacher of the dragons. Midir tells Robin, “True fire lives in your spirit and heart.” Robin is still afraid that he cannot be a true dragon without breathing fire. But Midir says everyone has a special gift, and it is up to Robin to find his.

That day, Robin watches as Midir easily defeats an evil Shadow Dragon who attacks the village. But when the Shadow Dragon comes back the next day, only Robin is there to protect the village children. Robin has to fight the evil dragon alone — and somehow defeat him without breathing fire. To protect his friends, Robin must face his fears and find his special gifts.

Children will identify with Robin, the little dragon who doesn’t breathe fire. Thi s book will help children to overcome their own fear of failure, and help them see that being different can be a blessing. Robin learns to use mediation and drumming to quiet his mind and keep up his spirits, and children can learn to do this too. Readers will cheer with the villagers when Robin uses his own special gift to defeat the evil dragon.

The appealing illustrations of dragons and children glow with color and may inspire readers to draw their own dragons.

Recommended for children, ages 4-7.

Published by Pelican Productions Art Studio, this book is available at your local bookstore or


I just have to tell you that I read your book and thought it’s amazing.

This is such a great message for the kids and adults as well.

Yehuda Goldfiner
Senior Kabbalah Instructor
The Kabbalah Centre International



Photos of the LAX Expo with Serena Wright Taylor and her very famous international artist husband Douglas Taylor

Photos from the Sylvan Leaning Center Event that helped the Big Brothers/Sisters of LA & Low income children.
A very special thank you to Eric Singer who really came through for the children to make this event happen. He donated many drum items that was very much appreciated by the children

I only have 4 left of the ES silver/blue paintings.
They will for sure go fast.
After that I am done with this series of ES.

My friend Andy Q who is a local artist here in California and a world traveler did some amazing paintings of DRAGONS. Please contact him for more information.

Feb 8, 9, & 10th 2008
Serena Taylor Wright - Illustrator for Drums & Dragons
Will be speaking/conference & Singing books
I will be assisting her
Expo at the Hilton Hotel (near LAX)

Art Gallery Show
From: November & December 2007
At Focus One Gallery
404 Huntington Drive, Monrovia, CA 91016
The show will include several paintings of Drummer Eric Singer, Drums & Dragons Original Art work, and much more…. Please stop by and view

December 15, 2007
Literacy First - Coming together as a Community:Sylvan
Learning Center
2990 Huntington Drive

Benefits: The Big Brother & Sister of LA and other children in our community. This program is to help support Reading, Music an Art to our children.

Sylvan Leaning Center, LA Clippers, and Congress Man David Dreier.

Drums & Dragons
Is Available on

Art in the Park on Oct 6 & 7

Presented by:
Monrovia Arts Festival Association
Over 72 Arts will be Displaying there Art

Youth Poetry Contest:
Starts Nov 17th, 2007
Poets between the ages of 12-17
Rules for Poets:
The poems must be about world peace, how to better the environment, how to be better our community, and basically anything to better the world we live in.
The may be in song format, Rap format, and traditional poetry format of any kind.

Please keep this thought in mind and details of how to submit your poem will be posted next week.

Importance of Education

Education is truly the key to success in all forms, no matter what your passion may be. I personally have 2 college degree’s, one in accounting and one in the arts, I have taken guitar classes for over 3 years from Richard Thesis, 3 years of piano, many classes in Art and to this day I am a student of the Martial Arts.

Education did not come easy for me, I really had to focus and study in school as a child. The same thing with playing the guitar and the martial arts, I had to work at it and practice a lot. I did not grow up in a rich family either. Sometimes I had good teachers that made education fun and sometimes bad teacher.

Education comes in many forms. I met Ed Parker when I was around 12 years old at a bible study class at his home in Pasadena, California with my mom. I hated that class and wanted to leave, he took me in the other room and for hours he talked to me about life. I never was able to take martial arts lessons from him because my parents could not afford them at the time. But the education I got on life from him was priceless.

I met Billy Blanks & John Author in my 20’s. Billy Blanks himself told he me that education did not come easy for him either, all his teachers thought he would be a failure in life and he did not grow up rich. He practiced the martial arts in his basement every night for hours. To this day he is one of the greatest martial artists to ever live and a 7 time world champion. He was and still is one of my favorite teachers.

Education does not come easy for everyone; some have to work harder at achieving goals than others, but no matter who you are it can be done.

Art Walks 2007 August 25th,2007
On the east side of Myrtle
in Old Town Monrovia

Presented by Monrovia Arts Festival Association

Eric Singer is one of music´s great drummers
and an inspiration to young drummers.

He really claims his inner power through drumming.

A full series of paintings & sketches from his early career to now
will be displayed on my web page through out this year.

For this sketch, credit must be given to Kenny Chu an 18 year old young drummer
who is a big fan of Eric's.

Serena Wright Taylor is a networker, producer, intuitive Vedic astrologer and always an artist.  She grew up in England and spent her twenties and thirties in spiritual study and practice.

Now in her fifties she loves to bring people together to celebrate spirituality and higher consciousness.

“Music and movement is very healing and uplifting for children as well as all of us”

“I think if world leaders would drum and dance together before their meetings the world would be very different and much better!” says Serena.

Serena is married to visionary artist Douglas Taylor and has two grown children.