It started innocently enough.
Once a year, at Christmas time, I catch up with my old school chums, Alyson and Jane. We invariably exchange small gifts. This year, Alyson gave me Animorphia (an Extreme Colouring and Search Challenge) by Kerby Rosaines. When I opened the book, Alyson explained that colouring books were all the rage. I wasn’t oblivious to the colouring book phenomenon. Maus’ niece, Sharmila, had mentioned several months ago that she had one with Indian designs and loved it so much, she had bought one for her brother and dad. The conversation had piqued my interest, but nothing more. Continue reading