Speaking of hats, I’ve been meaning (for a rather long time now) to say hats off to you, Katrina Joyner.
What I adore about her—besides the fact she’s a kitty rescue mom—is that she always finds some time, no matter how swamped she is.
This amiable young woman is the formatter and cover designer of my Triple Threat Investigation Agency e-books. I love her work, which goes without saying, but there’s also been a lot of good feedback from others I’m happy to state.
In demand and super busy, she’s not taking on any additional clients at this stage. If and when she does, I’ll post accordingly.
While we’re chatting about hats, I bought a lovely little number—I digress. <LOL> Other hats Katrina wears: comic book creator (The Heavenly Bride), writer and poet, and founder of the Writers of the Apocalypse.
I’m sure she wouldn’t mind if you visited her on Apocalypse or Amazon. (You may even be tempted to partake of one of her well-received books.)
Hailing from Stratford Ontario, Teddy Payne has a number followers and not just on Facebook. People adore him. How can they not?
This British gent is quite the character (stated in a good way, my friend). In addition to being funny, bright, and totally charming, he’s a walking compendium of history.
Memoirs, novels, short stories and poetry are some of the many things he’s penned. Illustrations abound, too. . . . Writing and drawing: having just one of these talents is enviable, but both?!
The list of accomplishments is lengthy, so here is a small one that might whet the appetite:
- The Apricot Blooms in the Desert (memoir)
- The Streets of Odeon (memoir)
- When the Devil Drives (novel)
- The Man who Loved Women (short stories)
- Teddy Payne’s Stratford
- The Swans of Stratford
- Paraphernalia for a Saturday Afternoon
Here’s to you, Teddy. May we enjoy many, many more years of you and your opuses.