Greetings Land of Blog!
I am so excited I can hardly sit to write this post.
The books, the Bingo's Big Adventure books, have arrived from the printers and look incredible!!
I wish my night time, incandescent lighting did these justice, but I could not wait to take these photos in daytime!
The printers did an outstanding job putting my vision on paper and I am so proud to be able to say I photographed, wrote and published this little gem of a book. This is not to say I did not have help along the way. I had several "editors" who gave me their comments and feedback to refine my story.
The folks who have helped me do read this blog and I must say a few words to them . . . I know I have not won any awards here, but I simply must thank them.
I would like to thank my Aunt Karen and Uncle Bill for their insightful contributions from the inception of this journey. I want to send my appreciation to Jenny who gave me technical and creative edits that were spot on. And I want to thank Holly for editorial comments and the slap in the head (metaphorically of course, although she probably wanted to do it for real with justification) when I got off course.
Without technical assistance from my friend Suzanne with the final production process, I would have been totally unprepared for printing. When I thought I was close, I found out how much more I needed to do to make it "print ready." Many thanks to you Suzanne!
Now the quick summary.
Bingo's Big Adventure is a children's story (appropriate for ages 3 to 8), in a 10"x 8" format in either hardback or softback, which follows the path of Bingo, the newest cat on our farm. Bingo is a real member of our family and all photos in the story were taken on our little farm.
In this "Cat's Tale," Bingo explores his new world and tackles adventure with curiosity and a touch of well founded reservation. Bingo meets other animals on the farm including a pesky rooster who challenges his instincts. Vibrant color photographs document the story line and are matched with lively text describing Bingo's thoughts. This story is told from his point of view.
I know that adults as well as children will enjoy reading this book.
If you are looking for a new book for your kids or have gifts to give to children in this age range please consider purchasing my book for them. It would also make a great coffee table book since the photos are quite lively.
With your purchase you would be buying a quality children's book, be supporting a women owned business, and be promoting independent publishing. I would be honored to sign any copies that are purchased on your request.
Please visit www.bingoadventures.com to order Bingo's Big Adventure via Paypal. It is also available on Amazon as well.
Now all I need to do is take a few deep breaths and try to go to sleep . . .
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