Monthly Archives: March 2014

Artist Showcase: Lucy Fleming ~ Blumfeld the Elderly Bachelor

Artist and illustrator Lucy Fleming sends us a beautiful illustration titled “Blumfeld the Elderly Bachelor.” Our readers of literary classics might remember an unfinished story with this title written by Franz Kafka in which an elderly bachelor is beset by bouncing balls (and observes that “even the unusual must have limits”). This illustration in a…

5 Things Indie Authors Can Learn from the Team Publishing Model

By Nelson Suit Booktrope, a start-up publishing company that is experimenting with a new team publishing model, has a very interesting and instructive revenue sharing template on its website. It’s one that indie authors (pursuing book publication as a business rather than for personal or nonprofit-oriented goals) might wish to study, if not for what…

Book Blast: Maisy and the Missing Mice by Elizabeth Woodrum

Today, we have the pleasure of hosting a Book Blast (via Mother Daughter (and Son) Book Reviews) for Elizabeth Woodrum’s children’s book Maisy and the Missing Mice. About the Book Title: Maisy and the Missing Mice (The Maisy Files) | Author: Elizabeth Woodrum | Publication Date: September 24, 2013 | Publisher: Independent | Pages: 75…

Artist Showcase: Joanna Scott

Artist and illustrator Joanna Scott sends us her warm and touching illustrations for an upcoming book (by Emily Winters) about Natty, a little orphan mouse that is adopted by a couple of kindly bears. Joanna Scott has worked as a freelance artist and illustrator for some twenty years across a diverse range of art platforms.…