Posts Tagged ‘#JurassicRat’

Jurassic Rat Book Birthday Contest

Posted on June 3rd, 2019 by eleanorannpeterson

Hi there folks, thanks for stopping by. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I have revamped my website. My characters in the header are shy, but once Rat is out in the world they will all face their audience to greet you. I’m happy to announce the book birthday, June 4th, for my debut […]

What to Expect After Signing a Publishing Contract? Part One.

Posted on April 7th, 2019 by eleanorannpeterson

Your publishing quest does not end with the signing of a contract. So, you’ve finally got the call and signed a publishing contract for your children’s book. CONGRATS! Well done. Now what? Ha, ha, ha! You thought, great, now I can finish my other manuscript and relax. NOPE. Don’t get me wrong; do continue working […]

Ancestor of Modern Rats – Evolution and Diversification.

Posted on January 13th, 2019 by eleanorannpeterson

The ancestor of modern rats (Rugosodon eurasiaticus) was an agile animal and could climb trees and dig tunnels. The fossil was unearthed in China. It had flexible ankles for tree-climbing and sharp teeth which allowed him to chew both animals and plants. Researchers from China and the United States said that these skills led to […]

Matchmaker

Posted on January 6th, 2019 by eleanorannpeterson

I don’t know if this happens to you, but I sometimes receive friendship requests from widowers or men seeking a companion. I usually check out their Facebook page before accepting the friendship. It was heartbreaking when I came upon a widower with two daughters in their teens to take care of. I wouldn’t want to […]

My New Years Resolution

Posted on December 28th, 2018 by eleanorannpeterson

2019 will be a very challenging year for me. I jotted down a few things I want to accomplish next year while working full-time. Finish two picture book dummies with the help of a new course I’m following with Mark Mitchell – Marks & Splashes. Bring my grandson to swimming lessons and take advantage of […]