Rhonda Fischer was born and raised in Canandaigua, New York. She started writing and reciting poetry as a child and has been writing stories and poetry all of her life. Rhonda was hired to write children’s stories for the Los Angeles Times kids section. She writes articles for American Chronicles, World News, WP News, Associated Content, World Sentential, and the Times Herald in NY. She is a professional book reviewer for all major publishing houses and self-publishers. Rhonda has also held writing workshops in Philadelphia, PA. Her stories, articles, and book reviews have been published in over 1,000 print and online publications. She was the CEO and founder of Whim Publishing in 2008. Rhonda is a member of SCBWI and is an agent for Kids Book Animations in Los Angeles, CA
Apart from bring an author, Rhonda is also a classically trained pianist. She attended college at the Eastman School of Music, U of R in Rochester, New York. Rhonda won first place in a New York Piano Competition with 200 of the finest pianists in the country in 1980. She also designed the music curricula for pre-school children for 10 years through Marywood College in PA, and studied journalism at the University of New Mexico.
Rhonda is the author of the award-winning book Randy Kazandy, Where Are Your Glasses? which is now available as a digital storybook exclusively in StoriesAlive app. She has also received huge recognition, many awards and rave reviews for her book: Randy Kazandy – Where Are Your Glasses? With humorous, entertaining and rhyming text Rhonda, through this book addresses an issue that many parents face today with a positive message to children.
Former First Lady, Laura Bush’s message to Rhonda: “Congratulations on Randy Kazandy, Where Are Your Glasses? I admire your commitment to writing children’s books with positive messages. You have my best wishes for the success of Randy Kazandy’s first adventure and for those to come!”