The design is created by Judy Hand- Judy Hand Painting Studio http://www.judyhand.com/ and published on a card by Barrington Studios Limited http://www.barringtonstudioslid.com/. If you are interested in submitting art work or verse check the information on back of greeting cards and go to their websites for submission guidelines.
Farewell, the sunshine and the light of days are growing dim, darkness is coming. This is the time to slow down, go on hold – watch and wait. This I will do – for I will not be writing on my blogs and website which I haven’t been able to conquer. If by some miracle, I will return in a few weeks.
Thank you for dropping in. I do wish each and everyone a blessed and prosperous New Year 2009.
“For a long time now I have tried simply to write the best I can. Sometimes I have good luck and write better than I can.” Ernest Hemingway.
P.S. In the meantime I will leave some suggested websites and information for you to check out when you have time – Once upon a time http://www.onceuponatimemag.com/.
JB Cheaney http://www.jbcheaney.com/, Louise Jackson http://www.louisejackson.net/ ( both write books for teens)and Judy Young at http://www.judyyoungpoetry.com/ (Children’s Book author and poet), are three authors belonging to SCBWI Springfield, Missouri Writers who meet the first Saturday of each month in the Story Room at The Library Station starting at 9 a.m., for information get in touch with Naomi Shaw email@example.com..
Dorothy Hinshaw Patent http://www.dorothyhinshawpatent.com/ a nature writer for children who writes from the beautiful area of Missoula, Montana, Eric Pinder http://www.ericpinder.com/ who lives in New Hampshire, Bethany Roberts http://www.bethanyroberts.com, Jan Brett http://www.janbrett.com/ author and illustrator, Gail Gibbons http://www.gailgibbons.com/ a non-fiction writer and illustrator and Nancy I. Sanders http://www.nancyisanders.com/ who has published a book, Christians Dealing with Depression.
I will be attending Authors' Day book sale and signing with 18 other authors at the Baxter County Library, Mountain Home, from 2-4 p.m. Sunday December 7th.