Author Archives: mfearing

About mfearing

Illustrator.

My retirement. Career change. Interview.

I’m announcing a career change today. This is abrupt and I haven’t been able to talk to my agent Sean about it yet but I’m sure he will understand. I’ve decided to become a Literary Agent for dogs and Cats. The following is a short interview … Continue reading

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Thinking of summer. Or at least spring.

Thinking of summer. Or at least spring.

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Bookstores are dead. Long live bookstores.

Amazon opening brick and mortar book stores? From the article in the LA Times: “When you ask Amazon, they will simply reply “no comment” to the rumors that they’re planning to open 300 to 400 brick-and-mortar bookstores. But is that … Continue reading

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Superheroes!

On it’s way in May, the first of several books I illustrated that are coming out this year. Right now I am busy illustrating a picture book I wrote that comes out next year and writing books that I have no … Continue reading

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Saturday, Sunday, Editday…

The past few days I have been editing a new manuscript. Well, an old manuscript (about a year old) that is now a new manuscript. This is a pretty major revision on a longer text. I actually enjoyed it, once … Continue reading

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Sub It Club is 3!

Source: Sub It Club is 3!

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So what was all that about?

The truth about F.H Longwell Over the past 18 weeks I’ve been posting a story about explorer F.H Longwell. This character started out as a promotional handout 3 or 4 years ago. I wrote, designed, illustrated and then printed and bound a small … Continue reading

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