Monthly Archives for January 2009
In my blog posting from 1/22/09 I mentioned the development of other projects. These are in full-blown action right now and very exciting indeed – focusing and really expanding on my interest in children’s health and wellness. I enlisted the help of Rafferty Pendery and his incredible design team at Studio 98 to build my Tina Turbin website, which is nearly completed. And thus far, I’ve been so impressed with their work that they’ll also be working with me on my other website: Gluten Free Help.
Wonderful news! Danny was a big hit at the Exhibit. Hundreds of responses, rave reviews and acceptance from librarians, publishers, buyers, authors and others — this is such a huge boost to know that Danny the Dragon was such a hit!!
Good to go – the shipment arrived. The first exhibit is tomorrow in New York. Even though I can’t make it for the event, because I’m working on the development of other projects with my assistant Rosie Newman, we sure can’t wait to hear the response.
As you can see, the Danny the Dragon website has been beautifully re-done by Susan Gilbert of Joomla Jump. I’m so pleased with it!
I opened the door this afternoon to a pleasant surprise. A nice big shipment of books! And they’re beautiful. Now it’s time to make sure that Combined Book Exhibits gets their shipment. Well, back to my phones!
Everything is going to be okay on the books. The printer has been very accommodating! I can’t wait to get more copies in the mail.
Still anticipating an update on the book shipment to the Exhibit, but I’m sure that everything will work out just fine. In the meantime, I’ve been coming up with ideas for incorporating raw and dehydrated gluten-free foods into some darn good recipes. I have a special interest in gluten-free due to having been diagnosed as gluten-sensitive years ago.
I have so many fun projects in the works. I’m putting together more ideas and recipe developments for the upcoming Danny the Dragon cookbook and the Gluten-Free Help website. This is very much up my alley because I love to cook! I am continuing to develop and compile.
I’m concerned about the book getting printed on schedule. The printing’s been delayed due to a problem with a shipment of supplies that was needed. Can I just fast forward to the part where the books are at the exhibit?