Archive for October, 2012

My Published Children’s books

October 29, 2012

THIS IS FOR  ALL MY FRIENDS AND FAMILY IF THEY READ THIS
(I think that I’ll also post this on my blog in WordPress and ipernity and Blogspot and esoteric too,so someone of the other may read it and not blame me for being uncommunicative)
I am not posting much on the blogs because I am rather involved in completing and meeting my targets of 14 Published Books by December 2016 on many genres including children’s books which I am sure will earn me enough to buy my Lear Jet and fly and meet every one in a jiffy ha ha So far I have just completed mytwo books – a sequel to the first children’s book – complete in every respect, edited text,full page illustrations. map,  epilogue,  covers, WORMUS COVERacknowledgements, special commendation for illustrator, and glossary.

The first was held up because my illustrator from Serbia had an accident and dropped out – so I finally  had the illustrations made by another fantastic illustrator – this time the same one who has done the sequel from South Africa
Both the books available on http://www.amazon.com and online books stores world wide in three editions – Full color and B&W in print form and also one edition digitally published as Kindle e-Books since they are actually for adults of all ages as much as for children of all ages.
Best part is that I am completely independent and no rules except the ones I make which are like the rules of my children’s books
Keep in touch in any case on email if you will, demoninlove@yahoo.com
Cheers
Deepak

October 24, 2012

Superb control over color and its myriad facets!

SAVE THE BIRDS FROM HUMANITIES INHUMANITY! Structural Engineer – the most amazing one you will ever see

October 20, 2012

AMAZING… and I have copied this from an email sent to me by a friend – and the message I have to place here is

SAVE THE BIRDS FROM HUMANITIES INHUMANITY!

Structural engineer in action

Whether youre a bird person or not, this is stunning!!!

Not to detract from the sheer magic of it, but in practical terms, how MANY trips would a bird

have to make with that tiny little quantity of mud/clay it could carry? (and how far from the

nest is the source?)

If you take the construction of a “circular bowl” in your stride as instinctive – how the heck

does the bird come up with the windbreak/entrance design that shields the eggs/chicks

from the elements – and at what point in fashioning the bowl do they start to construct it?

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Even if you think you could build this? Try it without using your hands!