I have a colossal backlog. I think when I was researching folk art for my MIDWINTER MAGIC bookcover, I started doing these little patterned animals in marker. (I’m not so good with the flowers.) I think they’re very cheery!
Thank goodness for Krita’s autosave–I almost lost my work on this image!
As I recall, this was done before leaving for the Cracker Barrel. We had the best bone-in fried chicken there. :9
My scary kitty story What the Cat Brought Back is now available in a bundle with 8 other stories for just $2.99! Click the image to find out more.
I played all the free (and creepy) Cube Escape games from Rusty Lake, then got hooked on the premium games. So I did up a little fanart of the Corrupted Soul after finishing chapter 2 of their latest release, Cube Escape: Paradox.
They’re surreal and creepy fun and really thoughtful, and I feel like their premium games are a good value (especially with Paradox…after 5 hours of play I still have achievements and the alternate endings to get!)
Gingersnap Cat is an orange tabby feeling blue. Heaven’s paradise, but it’s just not home without his human family by his side. Not even Christmas with his feline friends can cheer him up.
But when Heaven needs an extra paw, Gingersnap answers the call. Sent back to Earth, Gingersnap must help a little kitten fulfill a big destiny!
Announcing my latest Christmas novel (and first paperback release!), A Gingersnap Cat Christmas.
If you’re like me, you love Christmas specials like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Disney’s Prep and Landing, and A Garfield Christmas Special. But while all of these shows are great at talking about Christmas spirit, it’s hard to find a kid-friendly story (with exception of A Charlie Brown Christmas) that even mentions Jesus Christ, the actual reason for the season. And it’s doubly hard to find a Christian Christmas story that’s not too…well…preachy.
That’s why I wrote A GINGERSNAP CAT CHRISTMAS–to meld all the festive fun of a classic Christmas special without leaving the Savior out of his own celebration.
(I also wanted to write a story where the cats are the heroes, instead of selfish jerks.)
Anyway, if you ever wondered what Highway to Heaven would’ve been like with feline stars, you’ll love A Gingersnap Cat Christmas.
At 200 pages long, it’s a great novel for voracious young readers, but with 25 chapters, families can read a chapter a night in December for a new Christmas tradition.
Thanks for reading, everyone! I hope this book can help you whittle down your Christmas list early. 😉
Including Exotic Shorthairs!
True story: I finished detailing his face, looked at it, and started laughing.
Thinking about making him into a RedBubble sticker.
…is certainly not skulking around corners!