Click on the title of this post, and you will be taken to my *Reviews* section on Amazon. I know some people come down on those who only write "good" reviews, but the reason I don't post bad ones is twofold. There are plenty of other people out there who are willing to let you know when they think something sucks, and I figure, even if it does suck for me, there are no doubt some who do NOT share my tastes, in reading or otherwise. I don't want to be sending negative energy into the universe. Besides, maybe it was the circumstance under which I read it that made me less than enthusiastic. The other reason is, being the natural shopgirl that I am, it is easy to wax rhapsodic when I am crazy about something, much harder to find the words when it just doesn't "do it" for me.
In light of the above, although I never wrote a review for it, check out True Colors, (in my blog sidebar) if you haven't yet. Though it first came out in 2003, 4 years later it seems fresh to me still. I really wish Stampington would consider publishing True Colors 2, you cannot IMAGINE the art that never made it into the first!
Here are two additional pages I did - This was for Lisa Renner's Blue & Ochre volume:
And this mod lovely graced one of my pages made for Lisa Hoffman's Aqua Exotica.
Wouldn't you LOVE to get a peek of a few more?