My first ever guest-poster is from Cape Town. Inge Saunders is a fellow South African writer and blogger. Inspired to write romance by her grandmother, here she is to start things off in our celebration honoring grandmothers. Thank you Leenna … Continue reading What I learned From My Grandmother–Inge Saunders
Firstly, thank you to all my readers
for your support,
and welcome to all the new faces/avatars 😀
The chaos continued this month but it had its highlights too.
Art Month was fun and informative with three widely differing artists who were kind enough to spare us their time for a short chat and share their artwork with us.
Brent Carpenter shared some of his thoughts on how we could access our spirituality through art.
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My first introduction to the world of Frans Groenewald was sometime in 2003 or so, when his work stood alongside Glendine and others at the Alice Art Gallery in Hartebeestpoort. I instantly loved the fun characters, the visual puns and … Continue reading Frans Groenewald–Artist/Illustrator/Entrepeneur
Now you can read my interview with Anushka from earlier this year here. Then read the first two pages of her retelling of the classic fairy-tale East of The Sun, West of The Moon below. I had been lying in … Continue reading The Bear–Redemption is out!
It was the turtle that drew me in. Joycelin Leahy had posted images of her work in progress on her website Tribalmystic, and they were stunning. It’s her illustrations along with stories of her Papua New Guinean culture and heritage … Continue reading Joycelin Leahy (TribalMystic)–Illustrator/Storyteller/Artist
I’ve been a fan of Brent Carpenter’s art from the day he showed me some of his sketches after an energy healing session. He’s done much more since then–a whimsical, bright illustration of a cow jumping for the moon for … Continue reading Brent Carpenter–Artist/Graphic Designer/Energy Healer