Monthly Archives: June 2015

Cover design process for Heartwood: a personal woodcarver’s reference

Heartwood: a personal woodcarver’s reference  is the first book in the Homeostasis Press catalog which was solely my responsibility. Our Dad, Ted Merrill, as patriarchal publisher, had a say in all the other books, even Lessons from Pond Scum, published … Continue reading

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NFPB Wednesday: Tiny Creatures & Little Scientists

Soexcited about this post, as I prepare for my Woods to Words summer camp in just a couple of weeks! We’ll definitely be talking about what a scientist is, too. Thanks for sharing!

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My Week in Books: Just three

I got in just three books this week. I accidentally let two different audiobooks expire while I was listening to them. Now I’m on a roll, ready for another, but we’re about to take a road trip, so if there … Continue reading

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It’s a Cover Reveal! The latest from Homeostasis Press

My father’s last book is finally making its way into the world. This work had its start in the 1970s when our family moved to Vermont and Ted Merrill had access to an abundant supply of local hardwoods for the … Continue reading

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Grateful: Daily Things

There is so much to be grateful for lately, so much of beauty in these daily things. Wall at long last, making this foundation that holds the sunroom beautiful Garden shapes and textures make me dream of fairies hidden here … Continue reading

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