12 thoughts on “That Childbirth Picture”

  1. I thought I’d take this oppurtunity to say how delighted I am that this particular group of authors have banded together here. I am a HUGE fan of your books! I have had the distinct pleasure of meeting Mary Jo Putney at the NJRWA conference last Fall. I have been reading all of your books since I have started reading for pleasure again about three years ago. There are only two new names here but, trust me, I will be getting to you, as well.
    I am happy to bookmark this blogfest and look forward to some stimulating chats!
    Santa
    SMBSLT!

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  2. I thought I’d take this oppurtunity to say how delighted I am that this particular group of authors have banded together here. I am a HUGE fan of your books! I have had the distinct pleasure of meeting Mary Jo Putney at the NJRWA conference last Fall. I have been reading all of your books since I have started reading for pleasure again about three years ago. There are only two new names here but, trust me, I will be getting to you, as well.
    I am happy to bookmark this blogfest and look forward to some stimulating chats!
    Santa
    SMBSLT!

    Reply
  3. I thought I’d take this oppurtunity to say how delighted I am that this particular group of authors have banded together here. I am a HUGE fan of your books! I have had the distinct pleasure of meeting Mary Jo Putney at the NJRWA conference last Fall. I have been reading all of your books since I have started reading for pleasure again about three years ago. There are only two new names here but, trust me, I will be getting to you, as well.
    I am happy to bookmark this blogfest and look forward to some stimulating chats!
    Santa
    SMBSLT!

    Reply
  4. Thanks, Santa.
    This is proving to be way too much fun. You may find fewer books from your favorite authors in future!
    Just joking.
    I hope.
    Jo 🙂

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  5. Thanks, Santa.
    This is proving to be way too much fun. You may find fewer books from your favorite authors in future!
    Just joking.
    I hope.
    Jo 🙂

    Reply
  6. Thanks, Santa.
    This is proving to be way too much fun. You may find fewer books from your favorite authors in future!
    Just joking.
    I hope.
    Jo 🙂

    Reply
  7. Well, no, you can’t write fewer books. You’d starve us. But I do love this picture, especially that you can barely get a glimpse of the husband holding his wife. This is definitely a woman’s world. But so many kids. I hope they aren’t all the poor lady’s in the bed. But it does seem that she does have enough help if they are all hers. Ah, yes, Albrecht Dürer’s typical signature on the piece of paper(?) on the floor. He really was a great artist. When I gave my brother-in-law some of the books on painting that my father had, I’m sure I kept Dürer for myself, amongst a few others. Too bad that Jamie likes him as well. He’ll just have to wait until I pass on. Actually, Jamie’s work is very much like this in general looks. He usually works with pencils and shades things much in the same way.
    Thanks, Jo. It’s a great picture. I don’t recall ever seeing this one before. Do you happen to know where it is?

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  8. Well, no, you can’t write fewer books. You’d starve us. But I do love this picture, especially that you can barely get a glimpse of the husband holding his wife. This is definitely a woman’s world. But so many kids. I hope they aren’t all the poor lady’s in the bed. But it does seem that she does have enough help if they are all hers. Ah, yes, Albrecht Dürer’s typical signature on the piece of paper(?) on the floor. He really was a great artist. When I gave my brother-in-law some of the books on painting that my father had, I’m sure I kept Dürer for myself, amongst a few others. Too bad that Jamie likes him as well. He’ll just have to wait until I pass on. Actually, Jamie’s work is very much like this in general looks. He usually works with pencils and shades things much in the same way.
    Thanks, Jo. It’s a great picture. I don’t recall ever seeing this one before. Do you happen to know where it is?

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  9. Well, no, you can’t write fewer books. You’d starve us. But I do love this picture, especially that you can barely get a glimpse of the husband holding his wife. This is definitely a woman’s world. But so many kids. I hope they aren’t all the poor lady’s in the bed. But it does seem that she does have enough help if they are all hers. Ah, yes, Albrecht Dürer’s typical signature on the piece of paper(?) on the floor. He really was a great artist. When I gave my brother-in-law some of the books on painting that my father had, I’m sure I kept Dürer for myself, amongst a few others. Too bad that Jamie likes him as well. He’ll just have to wait until I pass on. Actually, Jamie’s work is very much like this in general looks. He usually works with pencils and shades things much in the same way.
    Thanks, Jo. It’s a great picture. I don’t recall ever seeing this one before. Do you happen to know where it is?

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  10. It’s from Medicine And The Artist, a Dover book. It doesn’t say anything about location, though one of the copyrights is the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
    The book says the pictures can be used without permission, but I note it wants attribution, so here it is in their form. “Reproduced from Medicine Art The Artist, (Ars Medica) by permission of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.”
    Dover books are great, BTW. Do check out their website, which I believe is http://www.doverbooks.com.
    Jo 🙂

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  11. It’s from Medicine And The Artist, a Dover book. It doesn’t say anything about location, though one of the copyrights is the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
    The book says the pictures can be used without permission, but I note it wants attribution, so here it is in their form. “Reproduced from Medicine Art The Artist, (Ars Medica) by permission of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.”
    Dover books are great, BTW. Do check out their website, which I believe is http://www.doverbooks.com.
    Jo 🙂

    Reply
  12. It’s from Medicine And The Artist, a Dover book. It doesn’t say anything about location, though one of the copyrights is the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
    The book says the pictures can be used without permission, but I note it wants attribution, so here it is in their form. “Reproduced from Medicine Art The Artist, (Ars Medica) by permission of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.”
    Dover books are great, BTW. Do check out their website, which I believe is http://www.doverbooks.com.
    Jo 🙂

    Reply

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