Comic Caption Challenge: Editor and the Easter Bunny

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Have a great weekend, all.

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About Debbie Ohi

Debbie Ridpath Ohi writes and illustrates books for young people. Recent illustration projects for Simon & Schuster Children's include books by Judy Blume and Michael Ian Black. Her blog for children's book writers & illustrators: Inkygirl.com. On Twitter: @inkyelbows

Comments

  1. Jeanne Kisacky says

    Really, I find the story of a rabbit who delivers eggs a little farfetched–I mean rabbits don’t lay eggs. How does the rabbit get the eggs? Why does the rabbit want to give them to children?

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  2. says

    Seriously, do you really think I need another chidren’s book about animals? I know you’d be a good cover pic, but the genre is done to death.

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  3. says

    Anthropomorphism? That is so ten years ago.
    What we need is a rabbit in a dystopian world, an alternate universe with an evil queen and bizarre creatures, filled with philosophy and truisms.
    What do you mean that was done in the 1800s?

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  4. says

    Your life story simply isn’t compelling enough for a memoir. Where’s the conflict? The arc resulting in personal growth? You’ve been the same guy every year, without fail. Boring. Sorry. But there’s always fiction. How do you feel about world domination?

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  5. says

    Your ham fisted premise will never sell–a man whose life is resurrected while children chase down candy eggs in the spring. No one will ever believe it. And get rid of those props–we hate gimmicks in the publishing industry!

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  6. Diana says

    In the UK, it’s e-a-s-T-R-E. You need to go through your entire memoir and change it.

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  7. says

    I’m sorry, but 632 variations on the word ‘hop’ IS excessive. You’re just going to have to come up with other ways to convey how your characters get around.

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  8. says

    We’re not about to pay a penny a piece. You’ve always left them for free, and that’s the way it’s going to stay.

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  9. Katrina says

    “I’m sorry, but the role of ‘plot bunny’ has been filled. Please try again next NaNoWriMo, and accept this complementary Easter basket.”

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