Tumbleweed_Tex wrote:Thank you all for the votes of confidence. The idea of something on a rack, in a mall, with my name on it has been bouncing around in my mind (heart) for several years. And, the fact that I write (technical) for a living only serves to confound those emotions.
Unfortunately, serious ponderation along the fictitious lines produces problems and conflicts long before an illustrator enters the program. There are well-intentioned readers who insist that the soap opera genre is the only way to go, while others prefer a less intense path towards childrenâ€™s entertainment. (guess I simply need to pick one and go for it, huh?)
And then thereâ€™s the dreaded â€œblockâ€
A Year since this quote and I still come back to this site to look, thinking I was mistaken.......This is the book I referred to upon notification of our loss of the talents of Tumbleweed Tex, writer Extraordinaire.
Thanks for writing rowerwet good story...glad you are one of the PUBLISHED ones of us. Queenie Jeanne
HEY a tiny trailer. Whatever it takes.