Children’s book

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  Just wanted to provide a short update to everyone and I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Christmas and holiday break! Firstly, thank you to all who participated in the Goodreads giveaway and congratulations to all three winners! All books have now been shipped to America and India. In the not-too-distant future, I will be testing something new to try

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Is there something magical in the forest? It’s a talking twig! Fortunately, a naughty bird, a scared bunny and a busy bee stops by the twig’s puddle to listen… or have they? What will happen when a three-legged pig stumbles upon the magical twig? And when the three-legged pig asks for something entirely unexpected, will

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I just wanted to thank everyone for being a part of The Twig and the Three-Legged Pig. Although we didn’t get funded on Kickstarter (we reached just over 50% of our goal), that’s quite alright. We just didn’t have enough people view the project while it was live. Ultimately, I want to let this story shine and for the

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A talking twig. A three-legged pig. But what do they have in common? With it’s tuneful text and eye-catching illustrations *full* of whimsy and magic, this fantasy story can’t fail to please audiences young and old. When an endearing three-legged pig finds a talking twig sinking a puddle, he takes immediate action! He shows courage by taking the twig on

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After a bit of a delay in shipping (and a bit of back and forth between Amazon), I am proud to announce my first proof copies have finally arrived! A few draft copies came in the big brown box below. After the initial excitement wore over, I decided I wasn’t entirely satisfied with the overall design and colours

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It’s complete! I’ve finished writing my children’s picture book, THE TWIG AND THE THREE-LEGGED PIG! It took me roughly three years of revisions, editing and constant feedback to get the book to where I wanted it to be. Having grown up watching cartoons such as WINNIE THE POOH and ORSON AND OLIVIA, I drew inspiration from the donkey, Eeyore, an eternal