Closer to the Shelves…

A home for Mr.Easter pink titletesana flail jumpHELLO BLESSED AND DEAR BLOG READERS!  

Hope every one’s having an eventful month of March!  To be honest it’s passed by so quickly the only thing I remember is St. Paddy’s… or well, maybe I don’t…  Any who, this brings A HOME for Mr. EASTER  a little closer to book shelves and hopefully a little closer to you too. In the mean time I guess  I’ll get you all a little more acquainted with the book, its characters, and what on earth I was thinking when I made it… So where to begin…

where are weWhere indeed.  The setting in which  A Home for Mr. Easter takes place is purposefully pretty vague. I wanted to tell the story economically with just the right amount of information needed to understand the characters.  I didn’t feel that placing Tesana in a specific city was pertinent to her or anyone else’s character, not to say that I think it would have been a bad thing to do so, it just would have made Mr. Easter a different story…

(also does any one else see the smiley face in the rock in the picture above? Now that I see it I can’t stop looking at it).

 

Well that bit of insight was short lived, next time perhaps I’ll devote a post to the villains of Mr. Easter or maybe one to process… or maybe both!  

were here

Thanks again for all the glorious support!  If only I could award you with a freshly baked brownie every time you stopped by the blog … but I can’t… I’m still working on that technology.

  Hearts and Good Feelings to all!

          -Brooke!

More sneak peaks at A Home for Mr.Easter

Here’s a couple of the first pages where our heroine, unwilling to take the bus to school, waits patiently for it’s arrival… next to her mom who undoubtedly only improves the situation.

an age old drama

An age old drama unfolds as mother and child debate the importance of education and the attendance there of… in the end, per usual,  Mom wins the debate.

Note: her Mom using her ‘outside voice’ inside (that’s a Mom privilege). 

Waiting for the Bus

Being dragged to the bus stop by your Mom A.K.A. starting the day off right.The bus

This poor poor bus driver…. I like to believe that she was employed strictly based on her crazy crypt keeper appearance…I also like to believe that she’s really 30.

 

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