Monthly Archives: November 2016

The quiet idea

The best story is always the simplest story. The one you almost miss because when its narrative heart begins to beat it seems – just so obvious. The idea you pass over too quickly on the way to some imagined GRAND … Continue reading

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I need a new job title

I worked for more than 20 years in corporate jobs. I was a graphic designer, a senior online graphic designer, an art director, a creative director, a senior art director, an online creative director, a production manager, a current production … Continue reading

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Chickens arrive. A photoessay.

Today is as a big day. My copies of Chicken Story Time arrived. Seeing a new book for the first time is always a very exciting day for me… that gives you a good idea about how much excitement I have in … Continue reading

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IndieBound Winter Kids Next List!

Great to see Sandy Asher’s new picture book Chicken Story Time (that I was lucky enough to illustrate) make it onto the IndieBound Winter Kids Next List!

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Go Read a Book! THEN have some turkey or tofu.

Today at Barnes & Nobles around the nation The Great Thanksgiving Escape is being read at story time. So head on over! Now normally I’d say “But 6 copies for friends and family and create a new Thanksgiving reading tradition!” But … Continue reading

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National Mood

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Let’s get back to other matters…

The Great Thanksgiving Escape. Have you ordered your 15 copies yet? It’s not too late! Read it with your grandkids and kids. Forget about the troubles of the world. And when you find out how let me know. Barnes & … Continue reading

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