Dina Series pouch bags. 10″ x 7.5″ – RM35 each. Illustrations by me, manufactured by creativeunited.my. Makes a perfect gift, if you ran out of ideas of what to give. So what do you keep in a pouch bag? Pencils, drawing tools (brushes, travel watercolour set), make-up, and oh, Raya money packets, of course!
Dina is a character from my Dina Series picture books.
To buy, just browse me at Creative United’s website: https://www.creativeunited.my/u/emilayusof
ACE Malaysia is celebrating its 1st anniversary in Malaysia and is giving away great prizes! If you are up to it, all you have to do is:
- Head over to Ace Bags & Luggage shops at Isetan KLCC or Mitsui Outlet Park, Sepang
- Spend more than RM300 to be entitled for Lucky Draw.
- 1st: JAL air tickets for 2 persons worth RM4000
- 2nd: Panasonic product worth RM1500 (43″ Viera TV)
- 3rd: HITACHI product worth RM1500
- 4th: SUSHI KING food voucher worth RM100 x 20 winners
Closing date:31 May, 2016.
Happy World Book & Copyright Day to all!
To celebrate, share and spread the love and respect for books and reading, OyezBooks is having a limited time promotion starting from 22-24 April with 20% off ALL Oyez titles AND in addition, they are also throwing in their World
Book Day poster (of a cute anteater reading books) for FREE!
Just enter WORLDBOOKDAY in the Coupon Code upon checkout – www.oyezbookstore.com.
Congrats to Sya, Imaisha and Hazural for being my March Top 3 Commenters. Each will receive my latest book, Fleeting Moments: Illustrated Haiku Poems sponsored by Oyez!Books.
Please send your mailing address and telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title March 2016 Top 3. Thank you ladies for making my blog merrier!
One day while browsing through books in a second-hand bookshop, I found a book entitled The Classic Tradition of Haiku; An Anthology, edited by Faubion Bowers, published by Dover in 1996. I flipped through it and liked the contents, so I bought it for RM5.00. I took it home and read it several times to understand more about Haiku poetry.
Haiku poetry makes me wonder and wander far beyond the written words. I fell in love with it. I can read it with ease and sometimes I can interpret a Haiku poem with mental pictures. I decided to create my own Haiku poems. I posted some of them online and a friend told me that it would be great if I could publish them.
So here I am with my own Haiku poems, Fleeting Moments: Illustrated Haiku Poems, published by Oyez!Books. As I am an illustrator, I thought I could add value to each poem with an illustration.
Most of my Haiku poems are inspired by my travels. Some might be about the feelings I felt while sitting alone in my hotel room looking out the window. Some purely based on the feelings I had while travelling.
I hope you will enjoy reading my illustrated Haiku poems. You can buy from my store or at Oyez Book Store. My store only accept PayPal and credit/debit car via PayPal while Oyez accepts payment via iPay88.
You can view sample pages at the bottom of this link.