I'm rounding the last curve now on my latest paid audiobook project. My deadline is next Thursday but I'll be finished well before then. I'll post here when the book, The Distant Shore, becomes available on Audible, Amazon and any other sites. Remember this one is for children or, more specifically, tweens, aged 12 and up. I would consider it a girl's book since the main character is a girl but there are many interesting characters and the story is well-written. The author, Debora M. Coty, includes plenty of humor but pulls no punches when it comes to the sad parts of life. I'll have more on this title later.
The Humble Stitch and Linda delivered more squares last weekend for the Knit-a-Square Project. However, I also found a little time to whip up a purse for my sister Carol to give as a birthday gift to a little girl. Carol wanted a purse like the ones I made for our nieces Bailey and Taylor here. Except she wanted it in HOT pink with a zebra embellishment. I knew I could find hot pink yarn but I wasn't sure about trying to crochet a 'zebra' style flower. Instead I found a pretty zebra pattern hair bow which I clipped to the purse. This way, the birthday girl can either leave it on the purse or use it in her hair. I did suggest that the bow be removed if the purse needs to be laundered. These bags wash and dry really well and the flowers that I've made on the past ones are sewn on and wash and dry with the purse. I'm currently making a purse for my niece Ava (Carol's daughter) and, at Carol's suggestion, I'm using pretty wild (almost neon) colors. Will post a pic when it's finished.