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When I woke up this morning, I realized exactly who I wanted to narrate the audiobook for the novella. And no sooner did I go to Facebook to see what she’d been up to lately than I found she was in the endgame of her own crowdfunding campaign. As I write this, you have 29 […]

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After weeks of trawling through the internet for cover artists, I found her on Pinterest. A friend who usually pins images from century-old books pinned a few in a style that felt perfectly at home in that company, but at the same time completely fresh and unfamiliar. Kate Baylay, said the caption. Her style charmed […]

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“What beautiful feathers!” I say when I open the gift from my seven-year-old. “They’re from a dead bird Theo killed in the yard,” Gareth says, with great pride in the predatory prowess of our cat. I kind of figured that was where the feathers came from. I make a mental note to put an extra […]

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I’m bouncing with delight. Before I can tell you who she is and link to her amazing online portfolio, we have a few more details to work out, but I have a cover artist for the little novella that will be my first self-published project. If the crowdfunding side of things goes well, there could […]

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My kids are in love with a new book — a charming, hilarious, clever book — in which the new kid in the neighborhood is a slice of bread slathered with peanut butter, endowed with expressive wire-sculpture arms and legs. Lonely young Peanut Butter tries to introduce himself to all the playful foodstuffs on his […]

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