Possibly the best part about being a writer - regardless of your genre - is the amazing assemblage of support, friends, and, yes, even the critics in the literary community. While we may not always agree on plots or structure or perspective or writing style, the one thing I have come to appreciate with my friends and peers in the Writing World is the amazing bond we have in our mutual love of telling stories. I am always willing and eager to support my fellow writers and literary friends in their various paths in the industry, and likewise humbled and grateful for their support in return. After all, together we are all committed to the goal of continuing to deepen the life-giving nourishment of the power of words and stories.
A few years ago, I stumbled across Litographs.com, a grassroots start up that uses savvy data technology to transform plain, black and white book text into stunning artistic masterpieces in a new way to visualization and appreciate stories and literature. I was instantly in love and am proud to have several of their pieces (Shelly's Frankenstein, Grimm's Fairytales, and Kipling's Just So Stories) in my home. Eventually I had the pleasure of making acquaintances with Litograph's founder, Danny Fein, and learn more about his passions and drivers for launching the company. I am happy to be a supporter and friend of all things Lithographs!
With the announcement of the signing of my new title The Acorn Tattoo with InkSpell Publishing, Danny and the group over at Litographs have gone above and beyond in helpful a writer's dreams come true, and I am so very honored and proud (and yes, even a bit smug) to show off the beautiful custom litograph that they have designed for The Acorn Tattoo. Needless to say this stunning piece of art will hang in my home library for the rest of time! THANK YOU, LITOGRAPHS!!!
Fiction writer in New York. Chai enthusiast. Lover of all Internet cat memes.