Top Drawer News — The writing on the wall
So what do you think of that cover?
We're happy to say Walled In is now available on Amazon, in print and ebook format. The front cover is the same for both versions. The back cover of the print version has the feel of sadness and a life washed of color by events beyond the hero's control.
Top Drawer News — Liebster award Image source: TheGlobalAussie.com
Our thanks to author Chris Pavesic for nominating us for the Liebster Award. Chris says we should also thank our friend Dianna Gunn, who made the initial nominations, soooo THANK YOU, DIANNA!
Don't know what the Liebster Award is? Check out the explanation on TheGlobalAussi...
Top Drawer News — More berry good ice cream Image source: Screen capture by HL Carpenter
Our thanks to author C.D. Hersh for shining the Wednesday Special Spotlight on Emma...and of course, our blueberry ice cream recipe. Click on over to the post Berry Us Blue if you haven't tried making the ice cream yet. You won't be sorry--it's delish!
Even so, m...
Top Drawer News — Quoting Thoreau
We've mentioned before that each chapter of our young adult novel, Walled In, begins with a quote from Walden, the simple-living classic written by Henry David Thoreau.
We got to thinking that while we selected the quotes for their relevance to the story, readers may be interested in the larger meaning of t...
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