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Happy Thanksgiving!

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  Happy Thanksgiving! It's a busy week as I prepare food for our Thanksgiving dinner, and I'm sure each of you are busy, too. So this is just a brief update and a wish from me to you.  I also wanted to thank you all for your help celebrating Mr. Not Me's birthday! It was a great success and I couldn't have done it without you!  The contest has officially ended and I will be selecting two winners later this week. The winners will be contacted and announced next week! If you're still looking to purchase a copy of Mr. Not Me, you can find him  on Amazon.   You can also purchase Mr. Not Me on Barnes and Noble  and  Goodreads . There's also  this list of books  perfect for gift-giving this holiday season! Enjoy!  Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Birthday Mr. Not Me (and a giveaway)!!

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  Happy, happy book birthday to Mr. Not Me!!! It's been long awaited but my little book baby is finally launching into the world! Mr. Not Me has already received some fantastic reviews, too! What a nice little birthday surprise!  To celebrate this little guy's birthday, I'm throwing a party. It's sure to be a great one and I'm excited to share it with you! There's awesome prizes and not just one but two winners will be chosen!  It's really easy to enter the giveaway. 1 - Just click this link . 2 - You'll be taken to Rafflecopter where you will log in through Facebook or with your email address. 3 - From there you just have to follow the steps on the form. Easy peasy! You earn points for sharing the giveaway link, sharing my Facebook posts, and lots of other options! Thank you so much for following me on my Mr. Not Me journey over the last few weeks. I've loved sharing it with you and I hope you enjoyed learning a bit about the process of developing

Mr. Not Me Part 3!

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  It's two weeks overdue but I'm finally bringing you part three of my Mr. Not Me journey! And with it, some exciting news! If you need to catch up with my journey you can read Part 1 here  and Part 2 here . As I mentioned in part 2, Meghan needed to do three things. First, develop the character and choose how he would appear on the page. Second, select an art medium. Third, show character development. But that's not all she did! Meghan truly did so much more. More than I could have ever expected or dreamed of. I knew this book would need someone special to illustrate and Meghan delivered.  If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you’ll know I’m crafty. I enjoy being creative in various ways. But, I’m not an artist. There are so many things I don’t know about art, so many things that my untrained eye might miss. But through Meghan’s work, I gained so much insight into the development of art.   One example is how the lighting changes throughout the story. In the beginning