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June 07, 2010


Betty Vanderwielen

Very enticing book summary. I' working on a summary of my own wanna-be book now, so tend to be a little focused on what others write. The "small hidden rose" makes me want to see the pictures Abiah drew and look for that little rose myself. I also feel particularly drawn to stories about women who forge their way without drama and hoopla, but rather with persistence and ingenuity. Please enter me in the drawing.

Mary Dowd

I loved the interview. I learned something new! I come from a long line of self taught artists. My great great grandma never signed any of her work (circa 1880's). My great grandma did (circa 1910's-1930's) I never quiet understood why. Now it makes sense...

Diane Browning - Out of the Paintbox

The Westside Schmooze is a warm, nurturing, supportive group -- I only wish I'd joined it sooner! Thank you Cathy June, Cindy and Suzy-our-fearless-leader! Everyone should have a schmooze-family like ours.

Suzy Engelman Block

Wishing you all the best for a wonderful career as a writer/illustrator!! The book is beautiful!

Cindy Whitlock

I frequently see Diane at the Westside Schmooze group, but have learned so much more about her, thanks to your interview. Looking forward to a signed, Diane Browning book.

Diane Browning - Out of the Paintbox

Thank you, ladies, for your lovely comments. I'm placing your names in the hat for the drawing!

Mary Ann Dames - Reading, Writing, and Recipes

Diane is such a wonderful person and great author/illustrator. It is nice reading her interview, especially her confessions a desserts which made me salivate.

Cathy June Arneson

Wonderful interview! I'm really looking forward to reading the book. I'm a little confused about the title, though. Was it originally going to be "Best Not, Abiah Rose" and then changed to "Signed, Abiah Rose?"

Terri Hoover Dunham

Great interview, Tina. Diane sounds like a warm and inviting person and her book sounds very interesting. Please enter me in the drawing. I'd love to have a copy in my home library.

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