I don’t like blogging. Speaking is exhausting. That’s why I won’t do it. But I like art, so i’ll share that with you instead. Minimum words. Maximum creativity. Thank you for staying with me for so long.
We’ve been often asked to share this confidential information. Now it’s time to do that! Below is the cheat sheet for the activities in “Snobbity Snowman", our cute winter themed picture book:), which is available at Amazon, Smashwords Leave a comment below or share news about Snobbity Snowman with your readers and get a free... Continue Reading →
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A wonderful review of “Snobbity Snowman” from Darque Dreamer Reads!
Book Title: Snobbity Snowman
Book Author:Maria Bardyukova and Quiet Riley
Page Count: 34
Publishing Date: October 1, 2017
Publisher: Self Published
Date Read: January 6th, 2018
Snobbity Snowman is a jolly good time for young readers and story time lovers. It has beautiful illustrations and a great moral. Your little one will love it!
I really enjoyed reading this. It was super adorable. My cousin Maddie also enjoyed having it read to her by my Aunt. She had a big smile at the end of the story and sat quietly throughout the whole book(seen in the story time video below).
Snobbity Snowman was an easy read. It had humor and excitement. It had fun illustrations and a great lesson for small children. It was short and sweet and very engaging and dynamic! I…
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Snobbity is not your typical Snowman — he’s got himself an attitude (although that might be more about what he’s made from, not anything wrong with him) and shortly after we meet him, things get rough for him. But there’s a lesson to be learned and as he does, things pick up for Snobbity. It’s pretty straightforward, with a nice twist toward the end.
One thing that ran through my head while reading this: this book would be so much fun to read to a kid. It starts the way pretty much every snowman story has to (the construction), then the language gets fun, then the story turns to sentimental/the lesson. Up and down and back up again, with a…
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It’s that time again and I’m happy to share another baker’s dozen of 2017 picture books. These are all recent releases from a wide variety of publishing houses. My brief first impressions are jotted down beside each cover, but I’m sure you’ll agree these thirteen books are all worth a look. Here they are in […]... Continue Reading →
There are many reasons you might be looking to get your art featured in a publication, such as: to grow your followership (or overall visibility), to network with other creatives, or to sell your work/creative services. Fortunately, most art publications accept submissions which make for great -and usually free- publicity for artists. To find how […]... Continue Reading →
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I am doing this a lot recently, aren’t I? Post after post filled with advice. How to blog better? How to write better? In reality, what the heck do I really know?
So, I thought of a solution. In case, I’ve been misleading all of you, I’ve devoured the internet (Count ten hours of useless browsing session filled with coffee and heavy metal memes, black comedy and random posts that I clicked) to find some quality content. Content that’ll help you out on the mysterious dark art of blogging.
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