Everything is okay

I apologize for not updating the blog over the weekend.  I have been busy with other concerns.

There will be a blog post tomorrow with news on what’s next for me and Sunnyville!

 

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Work on Sunnyville Number 11

Work is continuing on Sunnyville Stories #11.  At this time, I’m inking the individual pages.

Sunnyville #11 gets inked

My aim will be to finish this by the end of the year.  There’s also having to work out plans for next year, which includes the completion of the master copy of Sunnyville Stories Volume 3.  The plan remains to put it to bed by no later than June 30, 2015.  I also need to devise a marketing plan to get the book noticed and bought.

Inked Sunnyville page drying

I have other plans for 2015 and what I intend to do.  But that is a whole other post.

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Zombie Chic by Tracy Lee Hall

As I reported before, some more libraries in Massachusetts have picked up copies of my books for their collection.  This achievement was largely due to the impressive efforts of one Christopher Mills of the mail order company Great Stories.  Mr. Mills has been a very enthusiastic evangelist for my work and he’s always been on the lookout for any sort of merchandise that is unique and one-of-a-kind.  (This describes Sunnyville Stories to a tee!)

Anyway, one of the recent additions to Great Stories is the work of Tracy Lee Hall and her line of Zombie Chic creations.   Continue reading

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Two more in the Bay State!

Ladies and gentlemen, I have some breaking news tonight.  TWO MORE LIBRARIES located in Massachusetts have picked up copies of all three of my books!

Uxbridge Free Public Library and Milford Town Library are the next library systems within the Bay State to carry Sunnyville Stories Volume 1Sunnyville Stories Volume 2 and Von Herling, Vampire Hunter.

Of course, I don’t intend to stop there.  I plan to keep working on getting my book in library collections!

If you represent a library and are interested in any of my books, they are readily available via Alibris, Brodart Company, Baker & Taylor and Ingram.

Sunnyville Stories Volume 1, ISBN 9780615653921

Sunnyville Stories Volume 2, ISBN 9780989069601, Library of Congress Number 2013944447

Von Herling, Vampire Hunter, ISBN 9780989069618, Library of Congress Number 2013946269

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Sunnyville 11 Page 5 pencils

Work progresses on Sunnyville Stories #11 and it’s now in the inking stages.  Anyway, I thought I’d share another page today.  It’s one that is pretty much one of my favorite running gags in Sunnyville.

Sunnyville 11 page 5 top pencils

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Happy Thanksgiving!

In honor of Thanksgiving, enjoy this Thanksgiving prayer that Linus Van Pelt recites from the 1973 TV special “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.”

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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Sunnyville 11 Page 3 and 4 pencils

I have some rough pencils to share from parts of Sunnyville #11 pages 3 and 4 today.

Sunnyville Stories #11 page 3 top pencils

As the Talbot family owns the general store, we shouldn’t be surprised to see Alexander and his older sister, Magnolia working in the store.   Continue reading

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Sunnyville to be in Hennepin County!

Breaking news!  It has just come to my attention today that Sunnyville Stories Volume 1Sunnyville Stories Volume 2 and Von Herling, Vampire Hunter will be entering the collection of yet another library system!

Sunnyville map 11/17/2014

The neighboring state of Minnesota is the next one to be filled in on my map.  The Hennepin County Library will be adding copies of all three of my titles to their shelves.  Sunnyville Volume 1 and Von Herling will be available soon in the Minneapolis Central branch while others will come to Ridgedale, Minnetonka and Eden Prairie.

This doesn’t surprise me.  I had been sending mailings to that library system for sometime.  In addition, my sources tell me that the Hennepin County Library has an expenditure budget of US$30,000,000+ as of 2014!

While I am pleased, I do not intend to rest on my laurels.  I want to fill in that entire map and get as many libraries carrying my titles.

If you represent a library and are interested in any of my books, they are readily available via Alibris, Brodart Company, Baker & Taylor and Ingram.

Sunnyville Stories Volume 1, ISBN 9780615653921

Sunnyville Stories Volume 2, ISBN 9780989069601, Library of Congress Number 2013944447

Von Herling, Vampire Hunter, ISBN 9780989069618, Library of Congress Number 2013946269

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Sunnyville Number 11 Page 2 Pencils

I have some more pencil art of Sunnyville Stories #11 to share today.

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To give Sunnyville more of a feeling to the reader that it’s an actual place, I used an aspect-to-aspect transition here to show shots of the town and its inhabitants.   Continue reading

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My art on a shirt

This is not Sunnyville related, but it still is a big deal to me!

While at my former base of operations in North Carolina, I rediscovered the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.  GLOW was a women’s professional wrestling organization best known for its TV show that ran in syndication from 1986 to 1990.  I had watched some episodes of the show and I recalled it after I watched the 2011 documentary film.

My favorite of the lady wrestlers was a belly dancer named Little Egypt, portrayed by Angelina Altishin.   Continue reading

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