If you’re in Dallas, Texas this weekend, you’re in for a treat. Dallas is host to The American Daffodil Society National Convention. This is big news because Dallas hasn’t hosted since 1995. It’s free and open to the public.
Come out and walk the tables to see Daffodils like we don’t have in Texas. There will be tiny delicate daffodils, and color combinations not available to us here. Growers fly in from all over the world to enter their daffodils for judging. Many of these Daffodils are ancestors of old heirloom bulbs dating back hundreds of years.
Park in the front parking lot of the hotel, and make a left as you come through the hotel entrance. It won’t take a lot of time, and trust me you will be mesmerized. I may be there.
Since I last wrote on this blog, Writer’s Digest had good words for my book Why Me? Positive Verse for Loss and Sadness. Find out what they said HERE …..or Click on the Yellow Banner.
If you haven’t tuned into a podcast episode lately, here’s a link to one of my favorites, The Cats of Ulthar by H.P. Lovecraft written in 1920.
I have a few new things I’m learning. I just got an iPadPro to go fully digital with my art, and speed up illustrations for my next book.
Seven of my Poems will be published this summer in an anthology of East Texas Poets.
I’m learning ProTools, an editing software to begin narrating books for ACX (Audio Creation Exchange). It’s one of the formats required by ACX to create standards in sound for books on Audible, iTunes, and Amazon. I have my first offer to narrate for an author whose work I love.
I have new Voice Over Demos. Give them a listen by clicking on the banner.
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Phebe Phillips lives in Dallas. She writes, draws, and creates The Literary Catcast Podcast…and yes, she lives with a few cats.