Author Archives: thedunnes12@att.net

About thedunnes12@att.net

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne is an award-winning children's book author with 5 books published: Tails of Sweetbrier, Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, Charlene the Star and Hattie's Heroes, and Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog. Tails of Sweetbrier has won such awards as: The Reader's Favorite silver medal, honorable mention in the Purple Dragonfly Award, and the silver medal in the Feathered Quill book awards. In addition Deanie has won an author award for all of her books, called "50 Great Books You Should Be Reading." All of Deanie's books are beautifully illustrated by her sister, Holly Humphrys-Bajaj. Each book conveys positive messages for children.

A dream: A blue ribbon for us


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Have you ever had huge dreams and wondered if they would come true? I have. I wanted to become a […]

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Fun at Sweetbrier: The lighthearted side


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My last post, detailing the fire at Sweetbrier, was sad, but this one will show we had fun times as […]

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Tragedy at Sweetbrier


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Yesterday I watched one of my favorite TV series.¬† An episode aired showing¬† an electrical fire. In this case, nearly […]

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Great ponies: Sweetbrier


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Some of you may know I grew up at a beautiful riding school called Sweetbrier. Today we’ll talk about some […]

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take risks: More about Sweetbrier


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Those of you who know about Sweetbrier would likely remember my dad as an imposing man. He was tall and […]

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horses: Growing up at Sweetbrier


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  Some of you may know I grew up at a riding school called Sweetbrier. Do you know how it […]

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Disability: A miracle for Aldrin


What if you were born with a horrible, painful disability that made walking practically impossible? Little eleven-year-old Aldrin was born […]

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vision: Mom’s pony, Chiefie


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My dad had many natural gifts. One of them was having a vision, or an idea of the way things […]

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My hero: overcoming fears


My dad was my hero in many ways. For one, he never tried to shelter me from new experiences. He […]

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Before you win: you begin


Have you ever noticed the hardest thing to do is to begin? It could be you’re writing a book and […]

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