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Hello Friend,

I’m beyond excited to officially share that latest graphic novel, Does Your Mother Know? is now available for purchase. This book has been a true passion project, made possible thanks to the support of an SK Arts creation grant, allowing me to dedicate an entire year to crafting this story. It was an incredible experience to focus solely on a single project, and I had so much fun as this story took shape.

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Imagine The Wonder Years meets DeGrassi Junior High, with a wry and sarcastic adult point-of-view thrown into the mix. That’s the essence of “Does Your Mother Know?”—a blend of heartfelt storytelling and biting humor that I hope will resonate with readers of all ages (but ideally, probably age twelve and up).

I wrote and drew Does Your Mother Know? as a journey through memory. As the reader navigates the complexities of adolescence alongside our protagonist, the story illustrates of the power that memory holds to shape our identities and our perceptions of the world around us.

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Through the distortion of nostalgia, and the filter of multi-cam sitcoms Does Your Mother Know? explores dorky high school clubs, nerve-wracking first dates, and the age-old mantra of “fake it until you make it.” It’s a story about figuring out who you are and who you want to be, set against the backdrop of the Canadian prairie, with lots of Easter eggs and arcane references that 90s kids might appreciate.

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Inspired by the personal stories of authors like SethKate Beaton and Jeffrey Brown, this book picks up where my last book, Waiting for Wednesday left off, channeling my specific experiences and emotions into a universal narrative that I hope resonates with readers.

And the best part? It’s available for order right now on Amazon! 80 full colour pages of original story, all written and drawn in my signature retro style.

In addition to the art and story, this book just feels good to heft about in your hands.

If you’d like a signed copy, I’ll have just 20 copies available at this weekend’s Saskatoon Expo, so if you’re interested in grabbing one, please stop by my booth early. And if you can’t make it to the Expo, don’t worry—I’ll have more copies available at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, and a few other shows this year (more on that later!).

Thank you for your support, and I hope you enjoy “Does Your Mother Know?” as much as I enjoyed creating it. I’ve waited a long time to show it to you, so I’m very excited (and deeply frightened) for it to be out in the world.

Thanks for reading, I love you.