Meet Author Patrice Sanford

She is a great author for young children.

Meet Author Shenell Bolden

Her mission is to empower young girls to be scientists.

Meet Author Tiffany A. Flowers

Early readers will love her work.

Golden Butterfly Publishing newsletter debuts July 2014

You will get a chance to read our tips for readers, learn about new releases, and complete our games.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

The Guardians of History Book Series, Book 1

Isiah Jenkins is an ordinary kid from Atlanta, Georgia. At least he thinks this is the case, until he learns from his granddad, that he is actually from a long line of mythical beings called Guardians. Guardians are marked at birth and tied to a book that is passed down to through the men in their family. The book assigns the guardian a mission to follow and transports the guardian back in time for 30 days. As every Guardian before him, Isiah is entrusted with the task of ensuring certain events in history happen. The challenge for Isiah is going back in time during dangerous and tumultuous time periods for African Americans. 

Book 1 chronicles Isiah’s experience becoming a guardian and his first mission to Cleveland, Ohio during 1922. Isiah’s mission is to convince Garrett Morgan not to give up on inventing a new patent for the traffic light. Readers will enjoy the adventure of the Guardians of History as they travel along with the Isiah to see if he completes his first mission.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

P. Boyd writes for books for African American males

P. Boyd is a writer from Chicago, Illinois. He writes books for African American males about everyday experiences. His first book is about a boy detective named Aaron Matthews. Please read the summary below:

Aaron Matthews is a typical kid growing up in the city. Until one day, he decides to do something about the petty crimes in his neighborhood. He gets his good friend, Keith Holmes to help him solve different unsolved crimes. In the first case, they try to figure out the mystery behind the disappearing graffiti artist. Will they figure out who is behind the crime and help their neighbor from getting his garage vandalized, again? Read this mystery and find out.


We have been getting requests for a little while for a book that makes children laugh. Those requests have not fallen on deaf ears. Our latest release is entitled, Imagine That! It is an adorable book, with vivid illustrations, and a hilarious story line.

Please see the description below:

Get ready to laugh your socks off over the silly language and colorful imagery in this fun book for children. This book is sure to make you want to read it over and over and over again. IMAGINE THAT!

Monday, December 29, 2014


Principal Owens was successful at eliminating the bullying problem at school. He did it by changing the culture at Paul Robeson Elementary. Will the bullying issue remain solved? Or will the crew hatch a plan to take over Paul Robeson? Read this installment of the Rooftop Club and find out.

Sunday, December 28, 2014

#14 Latanya: The Fly Girl on the Court

The Hot Freshman 15 Series is based on the experiences of fifteen high school freshman girls placed on list by a group of boys at Rose school. The second installment in the series features Latanya Kiddings B.K.A. #14 The Fly Girl on the Court. Latanya is an aggressive ball player. She wants more than anything to get a scholarship and to be scouted for a college team. After being placed on the list, she ends up breaking up with her boyfriend. Dating a popular jock brings its own set of problems. There is nothing like dealing with rumors, jealousy, and drama as Latanya soon finds out. Latanya loses her best friend, and she has to make some hard fast decisions about her loyalty to her goals or to herself.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Meet Author Shenell Bolden

Shenell L.T. Bolden is a Maryland native. She was educated in the Prince George’s county school system. Her Bachelors of Science degrees are in Biology and Molecular Biology, Biochemistry & Bioinformatics from Towson University. She earned her Masters of Science degree in Science Education from Morgan State University and is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Public Health. Shenell L.T. Bolden is also the C.E.O. of the Sweetest Serendipity. A company she started by using her skills as a scientist to create an all-natural skin care line. Noa the Little Scientist is her first book release in the Girls in Science Series.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Meet Teen Author Patrice Sanford

Patrice Sanford is a newly published teen author at Golden Butterfly Publishing. She is a California resident that loves writing. Her dream is to be a film producer, director, and screenwriter.  Her writing influences include Suzan Collins, S.E. Hinton, and Christopher Paul Curtis. Patrice is an avid reader of Realistic and Historical Fiction. Her love of reading is what made her desire to become a writer.

Over the years, Patrice has written many short stories. However, her first published work is entitled, Kenya’s Missing Book. It is a children’s book promoting teamwork and compromising. Without teamwork, Kenya J. Thomas wouldn’t have found her book. Kenya and her friends look everywhere to find her book, and had to change their technique multiple times. Read this work to see if Kenya finds her favorite book.

Fans can find out more about Patrice’s work by logging on to In order to purchase her book, readers can find her ebook wherever ebooks are sold. Please support this buddying author Patrice Sanford.



Saturday, March 1, 2014

Where is the Rooftop Club?

In the last adventure of the Rooftop Club, Principal Owens disbanded all the 'unofficial' clubs at school. This left everyone in school including the Rooftop club without anyone to hang out with after school. Everyone followed the rule except for the Crew. Read this adventure to find out whether the Rooftop club returns or whether the crew prevails. Happy Reading

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Don't forget to order a copy of the Rooftop club from on time for Sigma week in March. This is a great book to read aloud to children. The illustrations are beautiful and the storyline is easy to follow. Encourage a little girl to go to college by reading this work.

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Are you ready to discuss retaliation?

The second installment in the Rooftop Club series is now available. The Rooftop club dealt with the bullies from their school in the first installment. They prevailed. However, no one ever told them what to do when bullies come back. Get ready to read about retaliation and how the Rooftop club will learn to deal with bullies, again. There are discussion questions in the back of this book for parents, counselors, and administrators to read with children and have discussions.

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Sage Advice for the Indie Children's Author

Are you thinking of writing a children’s book? Are you unsure of how to get started? If so, this guide is for you. There are so many people that want to write a book for children and have no idea how to start the process. It is important prior to getting started to figure out the audience you are writing for, how the book will get marketed, and getting reviewed. There are so many possibilities for future children’s authors and this guide should help writers get started. Happy Reading!