Another fun collection of cartoons from Sarah Andersen!
Book 3 in her series.
Another fun and relatable read. As a introvert with anxiety I can relate to this so much as does my teenage daughter. The drawings are always good and often hilarious. A fun light read.
This is another fun little collection of Andersen's comics about managing anxiety, the internet, and the general difficulties of being an adult (introverted) human. While most of these are not comics I'd seen posted on the internet before, there was still a familiarity about them in their relatability. I didn't find them all quite as engaging as I found the last Sarah's Scribbles collection, but I really enjoyed the last section of the book.
Cute little comics for cat people/books lovers/introverts and just all around relatable for me. This one had a large section on artists which was less relatable for me, but still enjoyable.
Also, the whole "world is on fire" concept she refers to often here is pitch perfect for my corner of the world and the world at large it seems at this point. ?
I love Sarah's Scribbles. This book was funny but also so true; especially for those of us who strive to be creative but struggle under crushing anxiety and insecurity. Here are two of my favorite pages.
It's a great reminder to just MAKE STUFF.
#KeepLitsyPositive Day 6 Some friends of ours have started daily posts on youtube of their four cats competing in the “Covid Catlympics”. Check out the events these cute kitties have competed in so far:
Catlympics event 1: Box Stay
Catlympics event 2: Pile-a-thon https://youtu.be/sxpYJGzK6FE
Catlympics event 3: 10 meter Tuna Dash (my favourite 😂) https://youtu.be/QTniBoYbj6I
Catlympics event 4: Cat Stand Drop
Florida and I both enjoyed this one! Sarah Anderson is always fun! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I must say that “Herding Cats” is my favorite out of Anderson‘s “Sarah‘s Scribbles” collection so far. I didn‘t think her humor could top her previous two books, but she managed to do that and give us comics that are incredibly relatable. I look forward to when she releases her next book in the series.
When a hold on Overdrive comes in that you don't remember placing ... 🙃😀
I think I must have recommended it. A hold is automatically placed if they decide to buy it. Though I don't remember doing that, either. I think the summer heat has fried my brain.
Just a note to say I‘m having a little break from Litsy.
I will be back but I can‘t keep up with my feed of all you lovely people right now. The usual problem of life getting in the way and it‘s making me unable to read much and I just need one less thing to think about right now.
See you all again soon. 😊
Since I‘m currently stuck under a snoozing kitty... let‘s review the books at hand! 😂😂😂 This one is a lovely little collection of Sarah Anderson‘s comic art and a fantastic written piece on the artist, the (unfortunate) state of the Internet in 2019 and perseverance. It‘s a nice little read that I‘d recommend especially if you‘re a fan of her comics or an aspiring creative type of any descriptive. Also, how cute is this kitty? 😂😻 #catsofLitsy
This third collection of Sarah‘s Scribbles was delightful. The real treat is the guide for the young creative that makes up the last 30 or so pages. Sarah‘s advice about how to be courageous and use one‘s voice in this very scary internet time is spot on.
This was a fun little graphic novel. Some of the cartoons I could really relate to and made me laugh out loud. Fun for a Saturday. It was fun to read with my cat...
❤ So great! Love this little book of drawings and truths. Laugh, think, and snuggle your loved ones (furry ones too). It's a keeper! ❤
Obviously this is awesome and hilarious! AND it has a section at the back to encourage young artists to make stuff and post online and some tips for navigating online culture. Truly, whether you consider yourself an artist or want to post online, the encouragement is great and the tips hold true for all when navigating online BS.
Yep. I can totally relate! My hubby teases me all the time about how many sleeping cat pics I have on my phone. 😽