And her art is stunning too.
I met Amy at the SAQA conference in Philadelphia last spring. We had a few opportunities to connect and she was wonderful to talk with. Several groups signed up for restaurant outings one night and we both chose Indian. Now I think of her every time I eat naan. That's Amy in the red coat.
What excellent advice! This is what I came up with.
I will tell you I agonized over whether I should "sign" my name in those blocky capital letters or if I should use a more expected cursive signature. Cindy told me to do what felt natural, so this is it. I only "sign" checks and legal documents. Otherwise... it looks like the picture. (You can get a signed copy with the doodle in my Etsy shop.)
I even bought a special pack of retractable Sharpies for signings!
Amy was right, people really do get a kick out of my doodled leafy sprout, even as simple as it is.
So, thank you Amy... for your wonderful blog, your beautiful artwork and your book signing advice!