Play-Doh & Updates

So I got myself some Play-Doh from the dollar store because I felt like having some childish fun.

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I made a flower.

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And a very unseasonal pumpkin.

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And a few other things that I didn’t bother to take pictures of. Man, that smell as soon as you open the little container … takes me right back to my childhood. 

In other news, I’m working on some boring behind-the-scenes stuff, which is why you haven’t been hearing much from me. Tinkering with cover layouts, working out the plot for the sequel, and organizing the thousands of files I have on my computer so I can actually find stuff when I want it.

Thanks for stopping by. Have a good one!

Author: Ethan Kincaid

Ethan Kincaid was born in 1985 in Brockville, a sleepy little town on the St. Lawrence River. He graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa with a degree in Linguistics and a minor in Japanese Language. After finishing his education, he settled down there with his wife Kaitlyn and became a full-time writer. In 2011, he moved to Montreal and discovered its vibrant writing culture. In 2015, Ethan moved to Helsinki, Finland with his wife; he works as a props crafter and part time author. His first book, Blood of Midnight: The Broken Prophecy is the first of a new fantasy trilogy. The greatest joy in his life lies in helping budding writers find their voices. In his words: "I like to shake people until cool stuff comes out!"

2 thoughts on “Play-Doh & Updates”

  1. Very cool flower! I remember the smell being unpleasant so I don’t think I played much with it as a kid. I played a lot with a bunch of Silly Putty though! made all sorts of characters with it for making stories. It was The Shmoo, a shapechanger. 🙂
    This also reminds me how much fun I had making a little goddess out of clay this past summer. The main difference is that play dough doesn’t dry out so much, but clay has to be kept wet. Playing with mud fun!

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