How was the Dragon made?

In the book Sophia & the Dragon: Who Came for Dinner it features a magnificent green dragon. But how was it made? This dragon must be my favourite thing about the whole story! He is kind but has a bit of a temper when it comes to his food. Something that Sophia handles brilliantly in the story. I won't say how because it will spoil the ending! The Dragon was made by Jay, one of the amazing artists working for Rowanvale Books. The Dragon was drawn with big teeth and a large belly because it fits his character and the story. He is an enormous dragon after all that cramps into Sophia's house. With great difficulty, I might add! The Dragon has always been green, scaly, have big teeth and a big b

Twitter, pinned tweet

If you're on Twitter you've probably come across the pinned tweet feature. The question is, are you making good use of it? Using the pinned tweet has many advantages. It means that followers can quickly see what your most important tweet is. If you're selling something, this is especially important. Viewers can quickly see what you're selling and share, like, comment and buy your goods. If you got a blog or sell merch, you can also pin it on top! Maximum of pinned tweets are one at a time. But, you can change your pinned tweet as often as you like. For me, I have used the pinned tweet to feature my book, Sophia & the Dragon: Who Came for Dinner. I've listed a short bio for the book and two l

New merch!

I've started a new merchandise range over at Teespring! You can find several sweatshirts, hoodies, t-shirts and tote bags with writing and reading-related themes. In men, women and unisex sizes. Now also in toddler sizes too. Available in Europe and The United States, but delivers across the globe! My favourites must be Alice in Wonderland t-shirt and the "Write much, Worry little"-tote bag. I own them myself and love wearing them. The tote bags are perfect for a day out shopping and are sturdy enough to hold heavy milk bottles. Or, in my case books! So many books, for when I come home from the library! Check out the new merch here and I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I do: https://teesprin

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