Cartoons About Living In The Moment (and the people who love and adore cookies) is the second of 4 volumes self-published by Cathy Thorne, that's me, I write and draw these cartoons.
This is an exact electronic PDF version of the physical book. Only you don't have to find space for it on your crowded bookshelf. Yay!
It's filled with over 100 different cartoons to make you laugh and sigh with relief that you're not alone.
You can download this PDF book instantly after you buy it.
You can also buy copies for your friends! For their birthdays, to cheer them up, or to let them know that you were thinking about them and how much you adore them.
Yes, this book will do all that!
Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
Request a cancellation within: 24 hours of purchase
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
I will only use your shipping and billing address, and contact information
I've worked with clients who know exactly what they’re looking for and those who come with just a spark of an idea. I've created custom cartoons for Johnson & Johnson (BabyCenter) and Unilever (Dove). I've also worked with charities such as National Childbirth Trust and Action on Addiction, which is supported by Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge.
Message me with your details for a personalized quote.
Everyday People Cartoons are available for wholesale, so if you own a store, message me with your details and I'll get back to you with my details.
Everyday People Cartoons are available to license for your presentations, newsletters, books, websites, etc. Message me with the details of your project, and I'll get back to you with a personalized quote.
I generally ship within a day or two of receiving an order. It's then in Canada Post's hands, and they say it will take this long: within Canada 2-7 days, the United States 4-9 days and everywhere else within 14 days.
Please note that if you live overseas from Canada and you've ordered more than one book, they can take 4 - 6 weeks. This is because the cost of shipping books by air is so high that they travel by sea instead.