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Whose turn for the telescope? (IF: Popularity)

February 14, 2012
Ink & Watercolor
The telescope proved to be as popular as Aunt Kitty could have wished--until it was accidentally dropped overboard.
(I'm not completely sure, but I think this may be the same Aunt Kitty . . . )

Speaking of popularity [cue shameless self-promotion], here are a few new places to find me online:

You can follow me on tumblr!

I started a youtube channel (check out my book trailer!)

My new book available at The Illustrated Selection (there are Kindle and Nook versions, too!)

Moon Dreamer is part of the Illuniverse project!
eBook

The Really-Truly Princess Test: New eBook!

February 09, 2012
Finished: a personal writing/illustration project I've been playing with on and off for several months!

It's been a fun learning experience: putting the story and illustrations together, formatting and submitting the files for Kindle, Nook and PDF, and making the book trailer.

The Really-Truly Princess Test

Rosellen is just an ordinary little girl, except for one thing: Her parents are the King and Queen, so she's a Princess. Or is she? Using the story of "The Princess and the Pea" as a guide, Rosellen is determined to answer the question once and for all--with surprisingly messy results! The book features over 20 full-color illustrations and is an engaging read-aloud story for ages 6-10.

Kindle Version    |   Nook Version   |   PDF Version

Excerpt: "The Princess and the Pea"

Free Coloring Sheets!


Book Trailer
Charles Dickens

Edwin & Rosa (IF: Suspense)

February 07, 2012

Pen & ink with ink wash

Edwin and Rosa say goodbye; 
Edwin never tells her about the ring in his pocket.

Today is Charles Dickens' 200th birthday.
He died before completing The Mystery of Edwin Drood, 
so we are left in unending suspense . . .
Is Edwin dead? 
What do you think?

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