How to Write and Self-Publish aHow-To Book – Part 1

Make This Wolf Mask Today.
The pattern makes it easy, paper mache makes it strong, and you make it memorable with acrylic paint.

Or see the entire collection of Animal Decor and Mask Patterns here.

This video is the first of a short series showing you the tools I used to build my new book about paper mache clay.  If you’ve ever considered writing or illustrating a book, but you let the idea drift away because you thought it would cost too much money or it would just be too hard, be sure to watch this series.

If you have an idea for a book and you’d like to discuss it here, we’d love to hear about it.

6 thoughts on “How to Write and Self-Publish aHow-To Book – Part 1”

  1. I’ve been interested in this process for some time too… thank you for sharing your expertise. I look forward to learning about the software you found. I’ve been wanting to publish a few small children’s books on humane values… maybe your sharing will give me the kick in the butt I need to get going.

    Too many projects, too little creative time. !

  2. Hi Jonni,

    What a great idea! I’m thinking in publishing a book with paper clay / paper mache projects and this will be really useful.
    I love your blog!

  3. Dear Jonni –

    Someone posted the link to your blog in a class I’m teaching on making Izannah Walker dolls. We have been using creative paperclay for the sculpting process but I am very interested in studying your site and trying some other recipes. Also, I am interesting in purchasing your book when it’s done! Thanks so much for sharing!



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