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Review of Pie by Sarah Weeks

Pie by Sarah Weeks

When Alice’s Aunt Polly, the Pie Queen of Ipswitch, passes away, she takes with her the secret to her world-famous pie-crust recipe. 297 more words


My 2016 Halloweensie Entry

It’s my favorite time of year—Halloween! For a month (or maybe three) it’s socially acceptable (I think) to watch Hocus Pocus on a loop. Don’t judge me. 157 more words


As a rule, she didn’t like boys very much, but she had to admit, Charlie was actually pretty nice.

—Pie by Sarah Weeks

10 Picture Books for Halloween

Nothing like scaring the poop outta some kids, am I right?

As fun as it is to get dressed up and have fun this holiday, Halloween is for the kids. 564 more words


Alice wondered if her mother was aware that she wasn’t the only one in town who’d come down with a bad case of Blueberry Fever.

—Pie by Sarah Weeks

About life and storms

So I’m thinking out loud here, since writing helps generate more thoughts and more ideas.

I have a story that I connect deeply with and that I’ve been returning to over and again, thinking at some point that it was ready for submission but then realizing that it could benefit from more work. 445 more words


We Are All the Best Chef!

Repeat client Yeamoonsa Bien House, an educational publishing house in South Korea, gave me this wacky and adorable story to illustrate. It’s about a restaurant run by animals, and the food is HORRIBLE. 82 more words