An illustrator who works 12 hour days

20 Nov

Our very own in-house illustrator, Suzy Jones Biggar has pulled an ‘all dayer’ to finish the majority of the pictures for the book.  She has stayed in her pajamas all day to focus on finalising the book cover.  Sure, there are few tweeks regarding the font.  However, all of that will be done together when we sit down to make our final comments before it goes into print.

‘How exciting’ she texted back.  She is going to finish it all today.  Nothing like a Sunday pajama day!

Don’t underestimate how difficult it is to be an illustrator or book writer.  It takes much time and thought to come up with a creative platform.  But, most importantly is doing something that you believe in.  And, also being inspired by our children and our very own pups.

Thank you, Suzy for doing a wonderful job on the book cover.  I am looking forward to seeing the first edition of our children’s book put together! Wooohooo!


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