Well, my new and improved website is churning and gurgling on its way to being published on the internet. (It’s www.annrichduncan.com). Perhaps, it’ll be up by Saturday, March 19. I can’t wait! Once it’s up, I’ll begin the posts for my blog series called, The Crafty Kitchen: From The SEED to the Table. It will feature pages from my novel of suspense (for adults) entitled, THE SEED. The Crafty Kitchen will also post recipes and tips and trivia about heirloom seeds. In the meantime, I thought I’d share one of my favorite “authorly” experiences that occurred in my home town, Ticonderoga, New York. The art teacher for the elementary school hosted my visit, then had her students create colorful pictures based on scenes from the first two Johnny Vic adventure books. The pictures were then transferred onto tiles. Then, they were mounted and hung in the school hallway. Super Cool!
Benedict Arnold’s ship, above, is an amazing piece of art done by one of the fourth graders, don’t you think? And, I love the trees in this second picture that shows a scene from the Prologue in the first Johnny Vic book, entitled: Travel With Johnny Vic Through the Metals of Time.