I hope this week is better! I'm amazed at how much you read and paint in one week.
Husband is home. The kids have a short week. It should be a good week. Most of the art I post is actually drawn. Drawings take minutes, rather than hours to do.
Deb Nance at Readerbuzz
Glad you are finally feeling better. I'll never forget having the flu. I hope to never have it again.
Look at that fabulous artwork. I especially like the cat and the cactus.
A new Raina Telgemeier! Wonderful. And who could resist The Walking Bread?!
Have a great week!
The flu is no fun, that's for sure. I seem to get some version of it ever year even with the flu shot. At least its not as severe after the shot.
I'm pleased with the cactus too. The cat's not quite what I was hoping for. That's the problem of knowing the source material and having the drawing not live up to mental expectations.
Share Your Smile came out last spring. I just haven't gotten to it yet.
The Walking Bread is the third in the Bread Shop mystery series.
Lisa R. Howeler
Lovely paintings and that looks like a great selection of books too!
Paintings and drawings. Last weeks books were mostly good. Hopefully this week's will be too.
Shelleyrae @ Book’d Out
Sorry to hear you haven’t been well, I hope hubby is looking after you now he is back home.
Wishing you a great reading week
He got home after I was well. Just the funny timing of things.
I am sorry you had a rough week, Sarah. I did too, but for different reasons. I hope you are feeling better. I hope you are enjoying your reading! Have a great week!
Sorry you had a rough week. I am well now, thanks.
That's a tough question. My five star books last week were:
Freezer I'll Shoot,
Just Like a Mama, The Winterhouse Mysteries, and Come Tumbling Down.
The art work is beautiful.
I am curious about your books, especially
The Golden State.
Enjoy your week.
Thank you. I had fun working on it. Here's the
link to the GoodReads blurb for The Golden State.
I am giving
Race to the Sun to my daughter for her birthday and I might read it after she's done. I hope you like it!
I hope I do too. I've liked her other books.
You did great with your painting. I hope you are feeling better. Take care of yourself!
I'm well thanks. I hope to have more painting progress to share next week. I'll certainly have more drawings.
Sorry to hear you've been sick. I hope you're back to your old self now.
Wow! I've missed seeing your lovely artwork. The cat one is adorable.
Lots of great books on your list.
The Winterhouse Mysteries and There's a Murder Afoot should be on my list.
Hope you have a nice week.
I am back to normal. The cat is certainly my most popular drawing. I wanted to make it better — and I will when I do the painting at a future date.
The Winterhouse Mysteries is the last book in a trilogy. I recommend starting with Winterhouse. There's a Murder Afoot is the fifth book. The first one is Elementary, She Read.
Hope you feel better soon!
I'm well now, thanks!
I'm glad you are feeling better. I'm still dealing with a lingering cough. Come see my week
here. Happy reading!
I'm pretty much over it. I hope your cough goes away soon.
Thank you. Same to you.
Emma @ Words And Peace
I hope Uzumaki. I was curious, but alas, I don't like horror. I love your paintings, especially your birds.
I also paint, but exclusively on rocks. I love sandhill cranes. The very last picture on this page is
them in flight.
Do you sell your rocks? These were my first sandhill crane paintings — the subject was picked by my client. I want to keep painting and drawing them.
Beautiful paintings!! They’re all lovely. I’m a huge fan of Junji Ito and Uzumaki was really....full of twists and turns haha, hope you enjoy it!
Thank you — although the first eight are drawings done with alcohol markers. I've liked anime based on Junji Ito's work, so I'm looking forward to reading it.
A Love Hate Thing was the only overlapping book we have lately :) Have a great week!
You and I rated
A Love Hate Thing the same number of stars, but for different reasons. My review is here.
Erin @ Cracker Crumb Life
Your paintings look wonderful! I love the cat laying on its back, so cute!
I'm glad that you are all feeling better!
Thank you. The first eight, including the kitten, are drawings done with alcohol markers. Paintings take me much longer.
I'm amazed at all the painting you did this week - beautiful! We are recovering from the flu as well - I hope next week is better for both of us!
I finished two paintings and worked on a third, for a total of three or four hours of work spread out over a week. The other eight pieces are drawings. Each 6x6 inch drawing takes me about half an hour. I do one of them each and every day.