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Tale of Winter cover imagePUBLICATIONS | NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK! A Tale of Winter — This is my first children's book. If you visited my table at a convention in the last couple of years, you may have seen me working on one of the illustrations. Click the title or cover for a sneak peek.

I also have two books in The Low Sodium Lifestyle series (learn more on the Facebook page).

See all my books on Amazon.
The Bride and Her Monster print imageART SHOWCASE | The Bride and Her Monster was inspired by the first time I saw the movie The Bride of Frankenstein with Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester. As a child I felt for the Monster who was rejected by everyone, so I gave him a happily ever after ending in this drawing. This is the first of my open run large prints, but it's also available as a mini print. See all my prints and other art — Shop my store!

PLAYSCALE NEWS | The latest items in my store are boxed artisan pizzas for Barbie/Monster High-size dolls. See Playscale Emporium for details.

Where in the World is...? | My next event will be Winter War in Champaign, IL the last weekend in January. See my current Event Calendar for details. I'll have Valentine's Day specials, so you can shop for your significant other between games.

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~ Elaine C. Oldham


January Thought of the Month

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover."

~ Mark Twain