Here are pages 104-105 before the text is put in. If you are interested in me doing a video of how I do one of the images, pop me an email. It's not all that exciting but it reminds me of picture-picture from Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. I love how things are made and it's so interesting. And yes, please, show me how fortune cookies (3:49) are made or how peanut butter (6:00-11:45) is made!
Thought I would pop on and leave an update. I finished the bibliography, glossary, and index for eBooks 1-3. And I'm up-to-date for the bibliography for eBook 4. I'm trying hard to hunt down all the copyrights. I did have to change a couple images as they were copyrighted.
I will wait to update the bibliography, glossary, and index on the complete book (ch. 1-7) until all eBooks are done. I'll need to combine all 7 into 1 and then alphabetize them and change all the page numbers on the bibliography and index to reflect the different pages numbers for the complete book (196 pages, which isn't including the bibliography, glossary, nor index). Right now for eBooks 1-3 there are 12 bibliography pages, 5 pages of index pages, and 6 glossary pages. So I'm expecting at least 75 pages of those 3 put together in the complete book. Wow.
I have 8 pages left to do on eBook 4 and then I will upload it. I'm working on pages 20-21 or 104-105 in the main book, Bass, Catfish, Northern, Perch, Salmon, Trout, Walleye... fish that I've actually caught (well, not a salmon or trout yet). And then onto eBook 5 - Food, I can't wait for that because I am a big foodie. Love cooking it and eating it! God blesses us with sooo much variety of food and tastes and smells. So thankful for our diverse world otherwise it would get mighty boring!
As always, I do appreciate any and all prayers. Especially protection that I won't use any images I shouldn't.
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Help me, O Lord, lest my heart become proud, For all of my talents by You are endowed; Nothing I have can I claim as my own, What mercy and grace in my life You have shown. —D. De Haan