They say that dog is man’s best friend; however, when it comes to a writing partner, I beg to differ.
When life imitates art, it’s an eerie similarity… Given the present crisis, my book A Curious Host is echoing the moment…
Most art forms comes from within; eventually released like a fledgling and leave the nest. The emancipation is not without anticipation, and the artist, if they want it or not, will find their work reviewed. And when this occurs, each individual artist must call upon their inner self; for criticism can be like a finding a flower and then suddenly getting stung by a bee.
On the other hand……Just remember… reviews are like a storms; some hurt the ego, while others appear like a rainbow.
#Thankyou @readersfavorite for my rainbow!
I just found out that it’s picture book month, a time to pull out all those wonderful books and share a bit of your time. Some of my favorites are wordless, where the pictures guide your own imaginary story.
Alphabet books embellished with pictures are always an enjoyable way for our youngest pre-readers to spend a bit of quiet time.
So have a little bit of fun and celebrate!
Humbled to discover my new book earned three individual 5 star reviews! Ebook comes out May 1st and Paperback on May 12!
It’s a lonely world up on the dog house and when an article about one’s book gets out in the webisphere (I think I just made that word up?!), it’s a wonderful feeling. As such, today’s post will direct you to such an article which I am so pleased to share.
So without ado just click at will and hope you find it to your liking! Thank you booksbywomen.org!
(Snoopy image From Charles Shultz library of cartoons)
Yesterday was World Book Day and today is International Woman’s Day…seems like a good day for a book written from a woman’s point of view!