Monday, April 18, 2011

Ruby Red/Rednesday: 3a Copy & Design.

Red is an auspicious color to the Chinese. It was a pleasure working with the lovely people in this company. I chose blue for my book, blue in remembrance of my baby boy Andrew who died in 1989. Without him, there would be no book.

Elaine Xu my graphic designer

Jeff or Jeffery the Boss.

Writing a book is like having a baby. You don't do it alone. I am very grateful to have many people helping me from it's conception,Robyn Dove encouraging me to write, friends from as far as America like Ginny, Betsy and George, Ladyfi from Sweden, Reader Wil from Holland, Diane from Australia, and many others.

I have a prayer team from my church and my life group. I had help from the technical side. Gillian Tewsley my editor, Jeanette Grimmer who proof-read, Jonathan and Robyn Dove for their forward, My husband and my son doing the formating.

Finally I was introduced by my friend Frank to 3A copy & Design who printed my book. Jeff and Elaine Xu my graphic Designer were like my obstetricians. I have my two sample copies and am really excited when I get the real McCoy.

Thank you all.


Angie said...

Good luck with your book. Thanks for your visit.

Dinah said...

Congratulations on the book!

Red in Boracay

Chubskulit Rose said...

Wow, if writing a book is like having a baby, that's a lot of accomplishment! So sorry about your baby.

Ruby Tuesday at my page, hope you can come and see. Have a nice day!

Mona said...

Writing a book is an accomplishment ..,So sorry to hear about your baby ..

lina@women's perspectives said...

Good luck with your valuable book, Ann :)

Thanks for guessing. This man was looking for soil worms; it's for his fish baits :)

Kim, USA said...

I am happy for you Ann. And can't wait to get hold of your book. ^_^

The JR said...

Congratulations Ann.

SueLovesCherries said...

Congratulations, Ann. I pray that this book reaches many hands and helps heal many hearts!

Susanne said...

I'm sending you my good luck wishes for the book and my sympathy for the loss of your baby - I can only imagine it is a loss you will never completely recover from.