Hello! I’m back. Well, I drew this before taking time off, so it’s back to something I drew a week and a half ago. But there it is. Hi!
And yet another reminder, I will be attending the Tucson Festival of Books March 9-10 at Tucson’s University of Arizona. I’ll be tabling with an enormously talented group of woman who write Romance Novels. Check out who I’m tabling with!
Amber Scott – http://amberscottbooks.com
Amber Polo – http://email@example.com
Belinda Boring – http://www.belindaboring.com/
Brenda Whiteside – http://brendawhiteside.com
Clarissa Ellison – http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/shadowman-erin-kellison/1102991105
Deena Remiel – http://deenar116.wordpress.com/
Donna Hatch – http://donnahatch.com/
Erin Quinn (aka Erin Grady) – http://www.erinquinnbooks.com/
Gini Koch – http://www.ginikoch.com/
Kris Tualla – http://www.kristualla.com/
Lacey Weatherford – http://www.laceyweatherfordbooks.com/
Lynn Rush – http://lynnrush.com/
Michelle McKissack – http://www.michellemckissack.com/
Morgan Kearns – http://morgankearns.com/
R. Boschee – http://www.rebeccaboschee.com/books.htm
Sandra Lee Smith – http://sandraleesmith.com/
Sharon Hamilton – http://sharonhamiltonauthor.com/
Tami Vinson – http://www.tamivinson.com/
vijaya schartz – http://www.vijayaschartz.com/
wendy ely – http://www.wendyely.blogspot.com/
Huh. I actually feel a bit sorry for Shuar.
never say no to a bucket load of cash – or a wheelbarrow of it – even if you can only buy a loaf of bread with it in the morning …
I thought romance novelists were all one person, and male. Is he?
I’ve never thought I’d see a musculuar abdomen on a bug.
@Coyote, it’s the biggest book market in our country, with 90% of the readers being women, and at LEAST 60% of the authors being women (it is hard to get more precise, as most men write them under pennames).
Yay! Chirs has a buffer again!
Now that we’ve seen the kind of things Shuar’s people do with money, I’m wondering what Shuar’s home planet looks like
@Frank, I don’t think that is what Shuar’s people do with money, but what people in general do with money.
I bet 5 minutes in google can show what newly rich people spend their money with.
Oh, those big round knobs you drew behind Shuar were messing with my head, at first I thought they were indentations, like the big round things in the TARDIS, and they were making my eyes go all woggly until I realised they were bumps, not dents.
Huh huh, cabana boy.
I love Shuar’s tone. She’s been a surprisingly expressive character in the last couple of strips.
The perspective in panel 4 seems screwy. From that angle we should be seeing the far interior edges of the windows, not the near interior edges. Also on panel 6, one of them isn’t colored in.
See? zb thought they were concave, too. I’m not on crack!