Complex, nuanced and yes, sometimes struggling—the women we love most in books are the women that are able to show their vulnerable side and their warrior side; women in complicated situations who have the audacity, strength and tenacity to overcome adversity while keeping it real. From a mother willing to do anything to protect her… Read More »
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The cover art for the hard cover of GINNY MOON features big bold title type with spot illustrations of Ginny, a ladder and her backpack. Right from the initial brief, the idea of the ladder floated up on top of all my brainstorming sketches. It was a great icon for Ginny’s undeniable desire for escape… Read More »
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