Hey it’s Pam … again And I’m going to ask a favor … again I am so thankful for all of the amazing and positive feedback that ‘Archie Finds His Voice’ has gotten. It is honestly extremely humbling. So, here is the favor … I am working very hard to get Amazon book reviews. It’sContinue reading “please & thank you”
I just had the pleasure of watching a wonderful piece on a remarkable young man, Jory Fleming, on the Sunday Today Show. Jory lives with several disabilities, or should I say “different abilities,” including autism. He completed his Bachelor of Science at the University of South Carolina , and went on to be a RhodesContinue reading “A narrative to live by and the young man who does.”
It is so exciting stage of development to watch these lovable characters come to life!
Posts and images have temporarily slowed down while my illustrator, Rasel Rana, knocks out a fever and illness that has temporarily rendered him out of commission. Please join myself, Archie and his friends in wishing Rasel a speedy recovery so that he can get back to feeling like himself and the artwork that he isContinue reading “Feel Better Rasel!”
Apropos to the storyline, I have been thoroughly enjoying the process of working with several talented people on this project; hailing from many corners of the world, each contribute their own special expertise to help the book come to fruition. While I truly appreciate everyone involved, there is one person that I would like toContinue reading “Rasel Rana, illustrator”
3/26/2021 Beginning the day we (myself, my wife, two dogs … and Archie, lol) got settled into our new home the story of Archie started to unfold. With the arrival of each animal, adding their own uniquity, the story took constant twists and turns. It was QUITE apparent from the get-go that Archie ran theContinue reading “discovering Archie’s purpose”
3/13/2021 And so it began … Summer of 2017 we moved into our home. Arriving along with the moving truck was the most unusual bird we’d ever seen. After several head turns and shrugged shoulders, and … “it’s not a chicken” … “well, it’s not a turkey” … we learned that this silly bird wasContinue reading “Meet the real Archie!”