October 29: Patch (Don't use Reggie's All Purpose Econo-patch) All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ About the interviews: When I published my first book, I looked for ways to reach new readers, and being a brand new author, participating in various book bloggers interviews was a good way to start. Some interviews were standard questions, while others … Continue reading Free Book Friday / Inktober Day 29 (Patch): My latest Interview- In Conversation With Author Elizabeth O’Carroll
October 28: Crispy "Doug Jines likes his bacon crisp." If you know where that comes from, congratulations, you are in an elite group. Well, maybe not elite, but less that most people will recognize the reference. All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ Thursday Thoughts: Ever have no thoughts at all? Some times it’s easy and we don’t … Continue reading Thursday Thoughts / Inktober Day 28: No Thoughts at All…
October 27: Spark(s) Weird Wednesday: Recipe for Success (or Disaster) Flour + water = glue Flour + water + salt = glue the kids won’t eat Flour + water + salt + yeast = bread Hey, where did the glue go? The Untitled The Miniscules Subscribers enjoy an advance viewing of Friday's interview with Elizabeth … Continue reading Weird Wednesday / Inktober Day 27 (Spark): Recipe for Success (or Disaster)
"I don't like twisty things." Inktober Day 26: Connect All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ Tuesday Tirade: Ripe Ideas Planning for National Novel Writing Month: Brainstorming ideas As I cut into the avocado, I knew immediately that it was a mistake. The razor edge of my paring knife pierced the outer layer entering the still hard, unripe … Continue reading Tuesday Tirade / Inktober Day 26 (Connect): Ripe ideas
Inktober Day 25: Splat (Pestus Pancakus) All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ Monday Musing: How Slow Can You Go? I took out the first pizza from the 500-degree oven and set it aside to cool. As I proceeded to place the second one into the oven, the pan caught on the rack, jarring it from my hand. … Continue reading Monday Musings / Inktober Day 25 (Splat): How Slow Can You Go?
Inktober Day 24: Extinct MistakesWe made a fewThen a few moreConsequences piling upIdentifying the tipping point much too lateFutility becomes the word de jourWe didn't learn a thingFrom the pastMistakes All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ Sunday Survey When I started conducting my author interviews, it was a way to get to know the people that I … Continue reading Inktober Day 24 (Extinct) and a Sunday Survey
After I finished drawing the nest I though, "Those are some big babies..." and, "How are they fitting in the nest?"* Inktober Day 22: Open All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ *It must be a Tardis nest. Yeah, that's it.
Gen Z. Don't get it? Ask your parents. All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ Thursday Thoughts: The Last Great Year? No answers here, just a whole lot of questions. Are our lives better now than they were a decade ago? Two? Do we need to go further back? At risk of sounding like the stereotypical comedic grandparent … Continue reading Thursday Thoughts/ Inktober Day 21 (Fuzzy): The Last Great Year.
October 20: Sprout All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/ I took a bit of a hiatus from drawing my silly little cartoons, The Miniscules and The Untitled. Was it worth it? I was hoping to build up a few in the queue, but I only did a couple. Curse you Inktober!! The Untitled The Miniscules Lines by … Continue reading Weird Wednesday/ Inktober Day 20 (Sprout): Cartoons Return
Inktober Day 18: Moon All previous drawings: https://linesbyleon.com/inktober/