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Rainy day and bored? Why not create an illustration? Marjorie was sitting...

G’day Folks,

The last pictures are coming in and Ryan from London has done a stellar job at making a flip-flap picture of Dave’s ship. Very clever how you can open the ship up and see inside. 103 more words

Bookweek

A New Site Is Coming

Day 2 designing and building my website in #adobemuse. Youtube tutorials are very helpful.

Illustrations

Book Review: The Littlest Christmas Kitten

A sweet little Christmas story for kids of about age two through six. The story itself is simple and straightforward, and I like that it incorporates the true Christmas story of Jesus’ birth. 195 more words

Books

It's Throw Back Thursday

Since today is TBT (Throw Back Thursday) I though I would post one of my first character illustrations. I really love how she came out. She’s a concept character that I think I’m going to write a story around one day. 18 more words

Illustrations

Judging a Book By It's Cover: The Golden Compass

I never used to buy a book until I had read it. This was in school, when I had access to a well stocked public library and parents who were happy to take me to the library at… 1,013 more words

Girl Protagonist

An evening with Jackie Woodson

Earlier tonight, the Lost in a Book “team” went to another great author event at Quail Ridge Books and Music, our favorite bookstore.

It’s a school night, so there isn’t much time to write in detail about the joy of listening to author Jackie Woodson read from her books and talk about her work. 170 more words

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