Toni Lebusque’s Pictoral Recollections of a Life Partly Spent is a laugh-out-loud graphic memoir about the meaning of life - not just hers but yours too. Using brief witty storytelling and expressive line drawings, specific everyday snapshots create a touc…
To celebrate the closing and nailing shut of an uncomfortable wing of my life and the the doors being flung open to reveal a new and marvelous one, I am giving away copies of my comic book life story - Pictorial Recollections of a Life Partly Spent.
It’s not a print version, you’ll have to fork out for that.
This giveaway goody you can download to read on your eThingy.
Eleanor Roosevelt on Happiness, Conformity, and Integrity
“When you adopt the standards and the values of someone else … you surrender your own integrity. You become, to the extent of your surrender, less of a human being.”