Junebug came to my parents’ house in Essex, VT with me this past weekend. Continue reading Junebug frolics in the snow in Vermont!
In which Will confides in Anneka.
J: "Oh wow! It’s snowing!" Continue reading Well, SOMEONE’S excited that it’s snowing [not me].
She likes clowning around. She makes me smile! I am continually impressed by the expressiveness and posing opportunities I can get out of her, even though she is not very articulated.
I scrounged a backdrop of winter trees from the holiday decorating contest at work, so I tried to use it to mollify Junebug, who wants to go outside, but doesn’t have a jacket [or at least a sweater!] or a hat. I won’t let her go out until she’s properly bundled up. She’s not happy about that. Continue reading Junebug, not walking in a winter wonderland
Use the coupon code HUMBUG when you buy the book of LHF Season 1 for 10% off. That makes the download version only $4.50! How can you resist? Answer: You can’t.
Note: The opinions of my dolls in no way reflect my own thoughts. 😀
I did a quick photostory of Junebug just now. I think she’s quite expressive for a doll who’s not very poseable. Maybe I am just enamored with her cute face, but she seems more lifelike than those frightening American Girls. Maybe it’s because she can tilt her head from side to side and up and down a bit. Continue reading Junebug endorses The Graveyard Book
Tuesday Morning, a discount store, recently got a shipment of KidsGive’s Karito Kids dolls in. Originally priced at $100.00 and worth every penny, the KKs were discounted to an unbelievable $30.00, so of course I had to get one, especially since I’d been lusting over them for more than a year.
Maria from doll club delivered my KK, Ling from China, to me tonight, so, forthwith, my pictorial review. Continue reading Latest big doll: Ling Karito Kid, renamed Junebug
Using Ann Laurie’s photo studio in a box, I caught some crisp pictures of various dolls yesterday at doll club in Burlington. Continue reading A few photos from doll club, 12/05/09
Signal boost for Vera Nazarian’s monstrous mashup between Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park and an original subplot containing mummies, vampires and other beasts. Regency manners meet things that go bump. Laughs result. It’s Mansfield Park and Mummies!!
Hello LHF readers and fans! Season 1 is now available in print form! Just think of it…a book for your favorite doll soap opera!
You can buy a print or a download copy right here at Lulu.com: Love Has Fangs
Why should you buy it?
1. Support 1:6 storytelling!
2. It’s better than the online version. See below!
Being undead is the least of Anneka Richardson’s problems. There’s her 140-year-old boyfriend, Will, who borrows her makeup, the weirdo customers she encounters at her bookstore job and, to top it off, her beloved grandmother’s slow death by Alzheimer’s.
The first season of Elizabeth A. Allen’s online comic Love Has Fangs finally appears in book form. It’s all here — the vampires, the melodrama and the pink hair — in your favorite doll soap opera with bite.
This collection gathers together all episodes of Love Has Fangs: Season 1 as you’ve never seen them before. This is the new, improved version, better than what you’ve read online.
Episodes reshot for consistency
Tighter editing for better story flow
High-quality photos, better than those online, for fine-grained detail
Thanks for the comments, mouse clicks and patronage over the years!
In which Qingting comforts Anneka from her sadness.