My webcomic about a house of creatives. This originally began with a focus on writers and writing because that’s how I began, but has since expanded to include a picture book illustrator. I haven’t had time to update this strip in years, as you can see, but now that my website is so much easier to update, I plan to start posting new strips. Stay tuned!
You can start from the beginning.
To see a list of strips so far: Will Write For Chocolate Archives.
When I began Will Write For Chocolate, I mainly wrote nonfiction articles while I worked on my middle grade novels for young people. Now that I illustrate books as well as write them, I figured it’s time I add a children’s book illustrator to the strip. 🙂
November is Picture Book Month, and today’s Will Write For Chocolate strip was inspired by Ame Dyckman’s wonderful post about why picture books are important.
Thanks to Carl Clark who inspired this comic today on Twitter. 🙂 I so wish I could participate in NaNoWriMo and PidBoIdMo this year! Sadly, not enough time.
Thanks to Suzanne Warr (@warrchick) for inspiring this comic during a conversation we had on Twitter. 🙂
Originally published in Writer Unboxed.
Comic above was inspired by this article in The Independent.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who has made a Secret Date With A Good Book. The busier life gets, the more vital it is to purposely make time to read. (Are you doing NaNoWriMo? Check out my friend Errol Elumir’s daily NaNoToons!)
If you’re doing NaNoWriMo this year, by the way, be sure to check NaNoToons for daily NaNoWrimo-related comics by my friend Errol Elumir!