Monthly Archives: April 2014

What Storypanda Looks for in Indie Authors and Illustrators

Storypanda is a eBook app publisher based in Vancouver, Canada. It publishes children’s eBooks using an interactive eBook App platform that allows children to change the text of stories and, to some extent, the illustrations. Unlike the usual eBook apps were interaction merely means interactive animations, Storypanda books actually allow for a much deeper interactivity…

Review of Michael J. Sullivan’s Hollow World

Hollow World by Michael J. Sullivan is a character-driven story set in a future where human beings live in a world carved out underground. It revolves around the principal character, Ellis Rogers who, dying of an incurable illness, travels in a time machine to the future. In a storyline that meshes a murder mystery, political…

See the Wonders in Hurricane Lane

Michelle Vinall is a London-based illustrator and animation specialist who has authored and illustrated two beautiful books: Hurricane Lane and 256 Postcards Ago. Hurricane Lane was also recently released as an eBook app through Storypanda. I recently had a chance to write a review on Hurricane Lane. It’s one of those books with a simple,…

Looking for that Missing Sock?

You have retrieved your laundry but a sock is missing. Where did it go? That question is answered in Zara Picken and Alex Everitt’s newly released children’s ebook app (aptly titled Where Did the Oddsoks Go?). Published using the Storypanda interactive ebook platform,  the ebook allows readers to change the text and, to some extent,…