The production of paper copies of the complete The Beechworth Bakery Bears book is just about done and dusted. I've received the proofs and am happy with them. Hard (Case Laminate) and soft (paperback) editions of The Beechworth Bakery Bears This has been a saga that was as much psychological on my part as practical … Continue reading On the subject of bears . . .
A little while ago, during a period of Long Service leave from my psychiatric nursing job I got carried away with turning my entire back catalog into book form, ending up with 20 general collections of work and about 10 themed collections that are earmarked for for listing as available books. One of the collections … Continue reading An indulgence
I created my first picture poetry book a year or more ago, now - The Beechworth Bakery Bears book. I know many visitors here will be familiar with them, but here's a pictorial reminder, in the form of a link to one of the two e-book editions I turned the project into. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085Q7NVPJ A Beechworth … Continue reading Return of The Bakery Bears …
I go through so many revisions and iterations of these books that it makes me feel a little loopy, at times. The Cielonaut - background With todays shipment of books I received the latest version of The Cielonaut. I should say a little about this, because it's been a quiet little side-project, to date, and … Continue reading The Cielonaut – revision
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Frank Prem has followed up his first children’s poetry story book with more of the lovable bears in A Beechworth Bakery Bears e-Book (too) and I have enjoyed this book as much as the first.
About the story
What are the Beechworth Bakery Bears up to this time?
Has Tom sold out of Bee Stings?
Take The Beechworth Bakery Bears (too) home to read, and find out!
My review for the book 18th February 2021
I don’t get to read very many children’s picture books as I have no-one to read them to in our extended family. But even an oldie like me can appreciate the wonderful images in this little book…
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Voices In The Trash - 2 page spread I have three versions of Voices In The Trash, now. A Kindle (fixed) version, a hard-cover (case-laminate) and a soft-cover (paperback) version. I took the paper versions to work yesterday to show around and was delighted with the response from my work colleagues. Quite wonderful. I've uploaded … Continue reading Voices In The Trash – almost done
No new writing today, so far at least. No. Today has been filled with Voices. I have completed drafting my voices picture poetry book - Voices (In The Trash). It is similar to the Beechworth Bakery Bears in format - images with a poem they inspired, as a spread across 2 pages of an 8.5 … Continue reading Amusing myself – with voices
8 New Covers for 8 new titles As soon as I heard the foorsteps on my driveway a few minutes ago I knew that it would have to be my new titles being delivered. Just a feeling. The top row are the last of my Archive series. Books 17 - 20, and bring my otherwise … Continue reading I love making books.
I find that I've slowed down a little with this, the last tranche of my Archives project. It amused to take a screenshot of the task: What lies ahead - Archives 2020 5 Archive books to bring the collections to 2020Lagoon is poetry from 2006 focusing on stories from the Millennium drought here in Australia … Continue reading How goes the last tranche?