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What an exciting month! I’ve been waiting for this month for a very long time.
Circumstances have changed significantly since I sent the final files to the publisher for Chasing Rainbows. The world has been turned upside down in a chase to find a cure for COVID-19. We have lost many friends, family, and people we won’t have a chance to meet. It’s been a challenging time of survival, loss, and change. Keep reading!
There’s such a thing called the book of magic. It’s known by many names. But let’s talk magic for a bit before we proceed to The Book.
What is magic to you? What makes you magical? Magic is an energy that transcends to one’s skill. So let’s think about that. What’s your skill? What makes you happy? Are words your skill, your magic? Is it your expression? Your brush strokes? Could it be your voice or your movements? Or the dinner you serve?Keep reading!
What exciting news I have to share with you: Chasing Rainbows is coming out this August! And I have the cover for you today.
What would you do if you saw a rainbow? Would you try to catch it? Would there be treasure at the end of the rainbow? What will our two heroes find at the end of their quest?Keep reading!
Do you ever think what it was that made you go down the path of your profession? Someone asked why I became an illustrator? So I thought about it…
More often than not we tend to be too busy to reflect on how far we have come. It takes a question from someone else to recall a time or moment. I remember my moment very well. I always knew that I would be doing something creative with my life. I just didn’t know what.Keep reading!
How are you? What a crazy time we are living in now. I hope you are keeping safe and healthy. That is the No.1 thing at the moment.
Now, on to our subject; building character.
Character development is probably one of my favourite stages in creating a children’s book. It’s fun and exciting. It’s like making a new friend. This practise is used in many industries.Keep reading!