Another shameless self-promotion post. Well....not actually "self" promotion. But maybe "selfish" since I just want to introduce you to some wonderful creative ventures, which just happen to feature my kids. But don't let that dissuade you from checking these things out. Just because they are related to me doesn't me these things aren't worthwhile!
In the last post here, I posted some of the writings the kids have produced. But on a more "formal" front, check out these sites.
Just getting off the ground, MIM is a publishing effort from the three writers who brought you The Lost Scribes
collaborations: Falls the Shadow
and Burns the Fire
. Look forward to wonderful things from this outlet: novels, short stories, anthologies, etc.
Our oldest, who just happens to be one of the Lost Scribes mentioned above, also does some graphic design work. This site shows several samples of her work, the highlight of which is the cover design for fellow Scribe's novel Forged Steel
. (Available at Amazon by following the link)
If you or someone you know is looking for a great looking book cover, Magpie Designs is a great place to check out.
And speaking of that amazing book cover for Forged Steel, the photograph for that cover was provided by none other than...
Though not officially "in business", our son has been doing more and more with his camera. And in addition to providing the photo for the above book cover, he also is the subject in that photo. Wow, photographer and cover model! (He'll kill me for saying that). Anyway, he's strongly considering turning that into more than just a hobby, so if you're looking for pictures for graphic design project, or someone to take some family photos....(admittedly he prefers photographing "nature" to people, but he's done a good job with both).
Well, I guess that's enough for now. The other two have their own creative projects as well, but I thought I'd do a little bit of promotion for these sites. Check 'em out. Take advantage of their services if you can. Thanks for your time. Now back to regularly scheduled programming (like that's even happening right now!)