The title to this post says it all. I had withdrawn this book a while back after publishing it in April, to make some changes. I had a hell of a time getting it back on lulu…and the reason had nothing to do with files, embedding fonts or creating pdfs. For some reason, my computer wouldn’t upload the revised file to the site, but my computer at work would. And I probably lost five pounds and gained several gray hairs from fretting about what I was doing wrong for a month. Ah, the life of a self-published author. Anyway, it’s done, it’s published, it’s available for both print and download, and now I can, thank God, move on with my life.
December 21, 2009
GRYMWYCK, Portion One-Arrival is Republished
My three greatest inspirations as an artist are, in no particular order, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, and Alfred Hitchcock. Their films and their personal lives were the reason I started writing and creating back when I was a very lonely and misunderstood teenager. I am at present commencing to hammer out a career-primary or secondary-as an author/illustrator. I already have several books self-published and I've included links to where those are available. Thanks for stopping by! View all posts by RetroMan
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