Saturday, 31 December 2011

Get my new picture book FREE! Limited time period.

You can download my new book for free today, but today only!
December 31st
Enjoy "Slippy the Slimy Slug!" my ebook for free by downloading it from Amazon.
Enjoy and let me know what you think and even leave me an honest review if you like.
Thanks in advance.
Paula xxx

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Children's Picture Book "Slippy, the Slimy Slug" doing well!

My latest book "Slippy, the Slimy Slug" is doing really well.
I'm so pleased!
I've had some lovely comments, saying the illustrations are clear and bright and the youngsters love them.  It seems rhyming books are still very popular. My other rhyming book "Hairy, Scary Spider?" is my best seller in the UK and in USA.
I've also put them on my website - I think that helped.

Check out the sample pictures, if you wish, on my website.

Sunday, 11 December 2011

Illustrations for a new picture book.

Hi, I've been real busy doing the illustrations for a client.
He's really pleased with the finished pictures, so I'm real pleased.
I had to do at least thirty pictures about a tree surgeon called Treeman.
The finished picture book will be out in the new year, but I'll give you a sneek preview of some illustrations...

The picture book has quite a few characters that will be in the other books too, it was great fun inventing these characters, though it's always tricky inventing people from someone else's imagination. My client was great in this respect, he gave me a lot of freedom. Also, I now know SO MUCH about knots and ropes, health and safety when working at height and what sort of hat you need!
Let me know what you think of the pictures. Are they clear and bright? Easy to see?
Paula xxx

Sunday, 4 December 2011

My new website is ready!

My web site is totally ready!
I'm really pleased with it and have put tonnes of pictures in my galleries.
Now I'm all fired up to do some more painting and writing so I can keep adding to it!
Check it out for me and tell me what you think.
I called it 'tothewillowgarden' because of a huge willow tree I have in my garden.
Is it easy to use?
Are the paintings easy to see?
I'd really appreciate your comments.
Thanks in advance!