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Thanks to everyone who entered and voted in my Comic Caption Contest from last month. So many wonderful entries! Congrats to Linda W., who came up with the winning caption: Runners-up: “Of course I’m having a bier. Why aren’t you drinking a Bloody Mary?” — Ray Pace “I may have a book deal, but at least […]
Any caption suggestions? Please post below in the comments section – please post one caption at a time, and let someone else post a comment before posting another. Vote for the caption(s) you like by clicking on “Like.” Caption suggestion with the most Likes by Sat. May 18th gets a selection of writer-focused greeting cards from […]
News since the last time I posted: I’m delighted to announce I’ll be illustrating Michael Ian Black’s new picture book, NAKED! See the announcement in Entertainment Weekly. Scheduled for publication in Summer 2014.
I do admit that I waver between making New Year’s Resolutions and not making them, depending on the year and how I’m feeling. I LOVE Juliet Marillier’s Nine Good Gifts For The New Year (posted earlier in the week) so felt compelled to add one of her Gifts to my comic today.
The quote “Writers: enjoy every success, no matter how small” came from Nathan Bransford, and it’s such good advice. Sometimes we get so obsessed with some big goal (getting published, writing a bestseller, etc.) that we forget to enjoy good moments along the way. — Debbie p.s. If you’re doing NaNoWriMo this year, I encourage […]
To fellow Canadian writers out there: Happy Thanksgiving! I’m up at the cottage right now, so decided to do an autumn-themed format this weekend.
Congrats again to Dave Olimpio, who won the Writer Unboxed Summer Flash Fiction contest! Thanks to WU for giving me the chance to provide illustration prompts. My big news: my first children’s book launches this week! I’M BORED is a new picture book written by Michael Ian Black and illustrated by yours truly, published by […]
In 2005, I started a webcomic for writers called Will Write For Chocolate: The premise: a bunch of writers with different genre and market interests live together in a big house. My main focus at the time was on getting nonfiction articles published, so that was the initial focus of the strip’s main character, Eliza. […]
The comic above was inspired by a recent discussion in Writer Unboxed as well as Juliet Marillier’s recent post. Last time, I posted a cartoon caption challenge for an image featuring an editor at a desk and an Easter bunny. Lots of great responses! John Monahan‘s caption suggestion got the most thumbs up: “We’ve had […]
Any suggestions for a caption? Post your suggestion below. Only one at at time, please — if you have more than one, please wait until someone else posts before you post again. And do come back later to “Like” the captions you like the most! Have a great weekend, all.