Snazzy Cat Capers Book Launch Fun!

Thanks to so many of our friends and the supportive Kelowna community (including the Innovation Centre and Mosaic Books!), the Snazzy Cat Capers book launch was SO MUCH FUN! We had over 150 people come to celebrate with us and check out the art installation we created that showcased the process of how Snazzy Cat Capers went from idea to a published series with Macmillan’s Imprint.

Here’s a short video of the event made by our friend Rob LeLacheur. We couldn’t be more grateful for the support and love we’ve got with the Okanagan Tech community.

Snazzy Cat Capers book 'process' display is up!

Yesterday, with the help of a couple of friends, we set up our Snazzy Cat Capers art display in Kelowna's Innovation Centre! It will be there for the whole month of September and we hope you'll go take a look at it. If you're planning on coming to the Snazzy Cat Capers Official Book Launch, you can take it in then.

While there's some cool "final" art on display, it actually aims to show the messy process of idea to publication. Everyone's publication and creative process is different. Snazzy Cat Capers started as a graphic novel with the fish as the protagonist and morphed into a chapter book series with the villain cat, Ophelia von Hairball as the protagonist.

The display shows rough art, rejections, rough drafts, and talks about some of the adventures along the way. It's a glimpse into our personal journeys with this book series. We hope you can check it out... and we hope you'll come to the book launch party! 

 Inside the okanagan innovation centre on doyle ave. in Kelowna, with the help of one of an art gallery professional, we put up the process display. 

Inside the okanagan innovation centre on doyle ave. in Kelowna, with the help of one of an art gallery professional, we put up the process display. 

 we showcase rough art, rejections, the editing process, and some concept art that was never used.

we showcase rough art, rejections, the editing process, and some concept art that was never used.