If you miss us, dear optimists…

we apologize! We were finding it a bit tough to come up with content, what with the craziness of life and all. But if you miss us, here are some things to check out that Den has been up to:

Den’s blog, of course. Some of you probably already follow it, but just in case, he writes on there sometimes, and of course most of his stories are at least a little optimistic.

Children’s Literature: Den has been writing and self-publishing some kid’s books with his time off from D.O. He has been lucky enough to work with some TERRIFIC artists and has learned to create ebooks with some diligence. Here is some info on them:

A Day in the Dumps: the story of Joey, whose favorite toy is thrown out and his mom takes him on a quest to find the dump and locate the toy. It’s a nice bonding experience for mother and son, and Joey also learns of the importance of recycling. Artwork by Monica Minski. Available on Kindle and in the iTunes bookstore.

 

The Princess of the Land of Black: Princess Onyx is tired of her father, the king’s refusal to use anything that isn’t the color black. She knows there must be more out there, so leaves her father’s kingdom on a quest to learn about the world. Artwork by Lyndsaye Greke. Available on Kindle.

 

 

Even if you don’t have kids, they are fun reads. Or maybe you could recommend them to others! Either way, Den misses all of you and hopes everyone is well.

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9 responses to “If you miss us, dear optimists…

  1. Nice to hear from you. Good luck with the childrens’ books.

  2. Always optimistic about your return! =D

  3. I was thinking, just this morning, that it had been so long since we’d heard from our favourite optimists, and that it would be lovely to find a post in my inbox soon.

    And here it is.

    Spooooooky. 😉

    Great to hear from you! (And, in particular, that second children’s book intrigues me!)

  4. hey nice to hear from you! yes you guys are missed.

  5. I’ve missed you guys!! So glad the books are going well.

    Also, one word: Skype.

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