Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Tales from 'Toonsville

Well I am a bust little bee.

First off my children's book Ryan's Dinosaur Dreams is up on Amazon but not yet ready to order; although you can click for an email request and they will let you know the moment it becomes available; I'm not quite sure what's taking them so long, but there you have it.

Sleepy Hamlet my first Kindle Book is almost complete; just a few more pages worth of editing, one final read through and it too will be ready for ordering: I'm hoping for the end of this month, but I will, of course, keep you updated.

Then it'll be onto even more projects like comics, graphic novels, more short stories and novel ideas and another children's book or two and all, I hope, before Christmas!

But talking about new things, I'd like to announce a new venture for me. I've launched a webcomic called: Tales from 'Toonsville and it's the new home for all my cartoon strip and comic book ideas. Eventually it'll probably be the new home for Brabbles & Boggitt , but not until this particular story has finished its run on Dairy of a Cartoonist and Writer.

I'll be using this new site to showcase my gag cartoon strips and a new range of 22 page comics (when I have completed them) which I will produce through both print on demand and Amazon's new comics creator which will allow comics to be purchased and read through e-readers, tablets, Kindles and computers.

The reason why I'm launching Tales from 'Toonsville is if I put these cartoons on my Diary of a Cartoonist and Writer site, it would become a little too cluttered and confusing in its appearance.

I'll still continue to blog, give tutorials and post Brabbles & Boggitt as I always have; I'll continue to write my silly stories and update you as to what I'm producing both comic book, children's books or novel wise, but if you fancy an additional laugh on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays then I now have a cleanly delineated platform for you to go to.

Over the next few days I'll be putting up a permanent link on the right hand column, as I will be for my picture books and novels, but above all I wanted to urge you to keep coming here for the same old silly stuff I've always done. It's just that now you have two places to go to see what my odd-ball mind is up to.

Aren't I good to you?!



  1. Karl, one question. Do you actually have time left in the day to do things like eat, drink, sleep, see the outside world??? I'm keeping a close eye on you. I think you really are on the verge of greatness and the world will be your sausage. (I would have said oyster but I'm not a seafood fan.) Kind regards,Brian.

  2. You may have a point there, Brian, but I assure you that I do get out but usually stay in. I thank you for your kind support and belief in my abilities and like you, I can see the finishing line. It's a heady site and the taste of victory is making my mouth water.

    Follow me Brian and wave me on as I cross that finishing line...

    You won't be able to miss me, I'll be the one dressed like a sausage



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