Time to immerse myself in work. First up, assemble book 2 for a dear friend’s gentle nature cartoons – a soothing task. The image shows book 1 to give a sense of what they’re like. What are you guys up to today?
Update – Here’s a rough draft of my friend Tom’s new cover. Thoughts? Suggestions? It’s a book of his original cartoons which are all black and white line drawings.
Nature’s Viewpoint Cartoons.
Want to know what the backyard nature creatures really think?
Thomas Hollyday is loved for his simple insightful creatures. He records the hilarious comments of his imaginary nature realm drawn from his childhood on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. A recognized humorist with a fluid line, his playful wildlife drawings guide us through the year with some of the funniest most poignant cartoons anywhere.
Check this out. Radio review on China Jewel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Qv4n_W-ixs
This interview in a Spanish magazine by Steven Hawking is well worth while.
He contemplates what aliens might be like and how they might deal with humans.
FREE TERROR FLOWER
Jim Tench enjoys the challenge of custom building race cars in the Chesapeake harbor town of River Sunday/. When his friend, Captain Bob, is found drowned, he assumes along with everyone else that it was a tragic fishing accident. Bob’s grandson, Smote Rojos, insists that he was murdered and draws Tench into the investigation.
Clues seem to implicate Strake, a wealthy oilman and collector of antique automobiles. Tench knows that family from his past – he is still passionately in love with Strake’s talented daughter Julie.
When a visiting African author begins to agitate for violent change and a bomb explodes in River Sunday because of her testimony before the United Nations, the search for answers becomes more urgent. Tench races against time to prevent the terror from escalating, with only the wisp of a clue, “Black-Eyed Susan”, to guide him through the darkness.
Part of the proceeds from the sale of Thomas Hollyday fiction and non-fiction goes to support drinking water resources for wildlife.
I have been working with keywords both in the # and in the search. I use these for my free ebook offers. It seems to be a way to get to a lot of sites. Essentially I am duplicating the hashtag with an actual entry on the site. More later on results. Tom