Welcome to International Fake Journal Month 2013!

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View a Couple of Roz's Past Fake Journals
Roz's 2009 fake journal takes place in an alternate Twin Cites, where disease has killed the human and bird populations. (It ends up being an upbeat tale of friendship.) Watch a video flip through of Roz's 2009 fake journal here.

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Sunday, April 15, 2012

April 8 in Roz's 2012 Fake Journal

Above: April 8 in the 2012 fake Journal. Click on the image to view an enlargement. Read below for details.

April 8, 2012 8 p.
The wind was strong today but I only saw that with the movement of the branches. I would have loved riding out even in a gale I think. I rode the trainer for two hours. The new television was delivered today. Two young men conversant with all the various auxiliary equipment and cables [came] able to make it all talk to each other. I have caught up on some of my TV viewing and am looking forward to watching the conclusion of "Great Expectations."
[Image caption] April 8, 2012 4:15 p. window #1 Tree heavily edited so I could get the fast moving clouds. The brilliance of the white at the edges on this side of the house was blindingly dazzling.

The journal is a 7 x 10 inch handmade journal containing Nideggen paper. The pen used is a Preppy fountain pen. The pencil used in the drawing is a Faber-Castell Albrecht Dürer Watersoluble Colored Pencil and the sky is rendered with gouache.

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