I’ve been blogging since it was called “updating your website.” My earliest posts from 2000 to 2002 have been lost to the ether, mostly because they weren’t made on WordPress, but nobody’s missing anything. Back then I mostly ranted about the disintegration of the animation industry, and now that we’ve fully buried the job of […]
I haven’t gotten tired of seeing my books in the wild yet. This is the last lonely copy of the Littlest Pet Shop hardcover at my local Barnes & Noble. I’ve noticed on Amazon that the two most popular items to buy with my book are the Littlest Pet Shop sticker book and the Blythe […]
This video got me thinking about an aging controvery… I saw Spirited Away in the theater and was deeply disturbed by it. I was encouraged to see it based on reviews that promised me something akin to Alice in Wonderland, but what I got was a much more obvious sexual allegory. I’d been studying Japanese […]
Useful public service announcement: Semalt is a worthless Ukrainian spam site that will flood your small website’s statistics with spam visits that will destroy your bounce rate. Since bounce rate does impact your placement in Google search results, this is something you should care about and remove. I recently went to their website and listed […]
I’m enjoying the feature on Amazon that tells you what people who bought your book also bought in the same order. All of the playsets and sticker books are telling me some kids are getting a very merry Littlest Pet Shop Christmas. I’m bleary-eyed this morning after a 2-hour commute home last night. When traffic […]
I was one of the writers who tried out for “Jem and the Holograms” and I didn’t get this one. It was a big disappointment because I love the property so much, but it also wasn’t the end of the world. When I look at my schedule next year and acknowledge what I’m already committed […]
My editor emailed the team this week and let us know the Littlest Pet Shop hardcover book is coming out much earlier than the date it was originally postponed to. Initially the release was November 2, then updated to December 2, but now it’s November 19! My GoodReads giveaway is still going to end on December […]
I’ve made updates to my website that were long overdue. The goal above all other goals was to make it easy to add new content. The second goal was to consolidate all of the blogging I’ve done on our various websites over the years. I’ve been blogging since 2003! In truth, even further back that […]
Production of five pitch pages for Follipops started this week and the monster world is coming together–Here is a sneak peek at one of the panels!
Excerpt from my interview today with Comics Beat: Steve: Looking back through your career thus far, I believe you’ve written entirely all-ages comics, from Scooby Doo to My Little Pony. Did you jump into comics with that specific goal in mind – that you’d try and focus on writing comics that everybody can read? Georgia: That would […]
The interior page preview of Littlest Pet Shop #1 from Wondercon this weekend. Video here, LPS mention is at the 23 minute mark.
Excerpt from my interview with Bleeding Cool today: But the comics I enjoyed reading as a kid were stories I could grow into and continue enjoying on some level into adulthood. If a story was watered down for my benefit I could sense it right away, and although I might read the issue if someone […]
Scott and I will be at Emerald City Con March 28-30 in booth Z-02! You’ll locate us among many other all-ages creators in the very back of the main room across the skybridge. We’ll be signing books and offering limited edition Littlest Pet Shop prints. I’ll be moderating a panel on Saturday at 11am, […]
These covers are GORGEOUS! Probably good to know though, not much relationship with the content therein. Littlest Pet Shop #2 (of 5) Georgia Ball (w) • Nico Peña, Antonio Campo (a) • Peña (c) The pets are convinced a new pet store rival will be the end of the Littlest Pet Shop… Meanwhile, Blythe is […]