Of Course I Wrote a Dan Book

When the Safer at Home orders came down, some people asked me, “Are you going to write another book during all of this free time?” And I was really annoyed, because I didn’t have any more free time! I have a child, and it was spring, and I had to make lunch a lot. But… Read more »

  • The News Has a Truth Problem

    “An explanation of climate change from a Nobel Prize-winning physicist looks exactly the same on your Facebook page as the denial of climate change by somebody on the Koch brothers’ payroll. And the capacity to disseminate misinformation, wild conspiracy theories, to paint the opposition in wildly negative light without any rebuttal—that has accelerated in ways… Read more »

  • Princess Pink Horn

    Princess Pink Horn

    Princess Pink Horn will make her debut at the fourth annual Jangle Soapworks Open House on December second, 2016 at the #1 Old School House at 110 North Second Street, in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. The open house will run from 4 to 8 PM. Our little art show/ local maker fair coincides with Mount Horeb’s… Read more »

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  • More Cow Bell!

    Cloudy Wether likes to get my attention by ramming me in the butt when I’m not looking. Now, I have installed an early warning system:   I never knew it before: Cow bells are really loud! I hear Cloudy now, wherever he is.

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    Enter Before Midnight to Win All of my Coloring Books!

    Goodreads has contests out to give away one copy of all of my coloring books. Deadline: Midnight, November 16, 2016. (That’s today!)   First, enter to win the haunting drawings and haiku poetry of Coloring Inside the Dreams:   Goodreads Book Giveaway Coloring Inside the Dreams by Shoshanah Lee Marohn Giveaway ends November 16, 2016. See… Read more »

  • We’re on a highway to hell!

  • Mona Lisa doesn’t feel like smiling today, okay?

  • The Up Side of Hauntings

  • Rest In Peace, Leonard

  • Win a Free Signed Copy of “Exhaust(ed): The 99% true story of a bus trip gone wrong.”

    It’s like the Love Boat, only sleazier. Our eighteen-year-old heroine (me, Shoshanah, years and years ago) travels across the United States by Greyhound bus, with only her Grace Kelly coat and her Elements of Style book to protect her. Original art work (by me, again) adds to this eccentric tale of travel on the cheap… Read more »