In the photograph above is a black bird which is featuring in my book, 57 Pages. In one cartoon the bird is a feathered researcher situated on top of a tombstone recording a conclusion. Of another cartoon two, observant blackbirds are in a discussion about a scattering common-place dream; home or estate ownership.
Isn't people losing their monetary invested dwellings in foreclosure the busted aspiration? When a building or house is vacating, birds can return to it and take their rest on top of roofs or window ledges. Unfortunately, the people who once resided there usually are unable to go back to the same residence after being evicted.
If you conducted an Internet search of them, my books would not list first hand at Amazon as it was usually on Google, Bing and Yahoo. However, my publications were taken off sale at Amazon globally late last week. The reasons for the departure are explained in a prior post, Leaving the Big City. So, where can you find The Deserting Caricature Artist and 57 Pages: A Short Collection of Thought Motivating Cartoons?
You can find only The Deserting Caricature Artist at Apple iTunes. Please consider trying Smashwords, which is offering both books in various electronic formats. The 92-page print copy of The Deserting Caricature Artist is on sale at Barnes and Nobles and the CreateSpace bookstore, both online for nineteen dollars. B & N offers free shipping. CreateSpace is a subsidy of Amazon. You can still get the electronic edition for under $3 at Smashwords, Kobo, Barnes and Noble, iTunes, and elsewhere. It may take some time to months for the Internet search engines to adjust.