See the art work of our upcoming book app

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Jim JamkinsToday I’m super excited to present the iPad menu screen image for my upcoming book app titled, Jim Jamkins: The most awesome wreath on the planet.” The book won’t be available until November of this year, but completing the menu image early was important in order to do some per-release marketing.  In this zany story, Jim Jamkins arrives at the veterinarian clinic to pick up his dog Chim Chim from a check up and toenail clipping.  What Jim didn’t expect was to encounter the most awesome wreath he had ever seen. The story unfolds from there with a series of events that even the most intuitive reader wouldn’t be able to predict.

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Jim Jamkins Character Development

Character Development for Jim Jamkins

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Today Thinkpierce introduces the character of a new book app series that I will be writing that will go by the name Jim Jamkins.  This is actually a concept I developed more than 10 years ago after I had graduated High School.  You can actually see the first paperback version of this book by searching “Jim Jamkins” on I cancelled that version of the book a year ago in preparation for developing a revamped version.  My original desire was for Amazon to take down the book down permanently so that there wouldn’t be any confusion with the new book app. But even after a letter from lawyer, Amazon wouldn’t do it, due to reasons involving keeping product history, etc… One of the annoying things about this is that one reseller still has a copy of that book listed for $77.12.  They even had it listed once for over $2000.00. lol. Read More

“Mraub” by Jonathan Pierce

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MraubImagine cleaning a clogged garbage disposal and in one wrong move, a huge wad of sludge drops in to your hair, matting it down horribly. Well that’s basically the kind of inspiration Jonathan Pierce pulls from when creating portrayals like “Mealtime” and “Karl vs. LaDonna”.  Jonathan first draws each illustration in pen, passes it along for coloring and then dips a final version in a vat of insecticide for authentication. Read More