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Yesterday I wrote a phrase on my whiteboard, and it sort of stuck and has been swirling around in my mind. She […]
So I sort of made a mistake the other day. Mostly I just got carried away. I like coffee colors, my kitchen […]
I finished Act or Die today and the biggest lesson I learned (aside from great tips and exercises that I’m willing to […]
This week I knocked out 6 illustrations + some touch ups on the few people shots I made in the fall. Only […]
I would really love to know how you got to this pt with your story. like how did you know who to edit your story, how did you know how many illustrations you needed, how you learned how to put a book together? how you got here, it’s fascinating to me.
Well most of it was just asking (nicely) people I know to help (like my editor friend from years ago), and lots of research about Children’s books and illustration online. Then I asked Alex to format the print version, because my formatting skill only extends to putting pictures on the top or bottom of a page in a document – which is great for eBooks, but not for printed books.