I’ve got a new activity book out, featuring Smash and his friends! I wanted to give you a sample stereogram from the book – this one’s in full color. If you are having trouble seeing the hidden picture, this article has seven different methods to try!
When my daughter was a toddler, she used to like to jump on the tile steps to the living room. I would tell her, “Don’t jump on the steps – if you fall, you’ll crack your head open and your brain will fall out.” She would say, “And then what would happen?” So I made up a story for her, and called it “Brain’s Vacation.”
I started playing around with the artwork for the story this past fall, and I decided I liked the plump little brain I came up with. So here it is – my first picture book. It’s currently available only as an ebook, but I’m looking at some book app software, and if I can get the artwork together for another couple of short stories I have, I will do a print anthology.
I’ve just released Exit Point – my 2009 NaNoWriMo book. The good thing about NaNoWriMo is that it forces you to put words on the page. Sometimes, however, you end up with a hot mess. Many, many revisions later, I’ve finally got this whipped into shape, and I’m pleased with the results.
Here is the trailer: