Thinking of You (but not like in a weird creepy way): A Comic Collection (Hardcover)

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Thinking of You (but not like in a weird creepy way): A Comic Collection (Hardcover)


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Cartoonist and Instagram sensation Beth Evans (@bethdrawsthings) has one goal and one goal only, and that’s to make her readers feel seen, uplifted, and not so alone in the world. She successfully does that yet again with Thinking of You, her new collection of humorous and validating comics.

In her newest collection of comics, cartoonist Beth Evans is back with the internet’s favorite amorphous blob of encouragement and optimism— and just a hint of social anxiety. Thinking of You follows Evans’s iconic protagonist as they navigate their way through online dating, awkward social interactions, and the occasional panic attack, all while trying to remain kind and patient, both with the world and with themselves. It’s a struggle but they are here to remind us that we don’t have to do it all alone.

Funny, sweet, and timely, Thinking of You is just the warm hug you’ve been looking for.
Beth Evans is an illustrator and comic artist that captures hard-to-describe feelings on a daily basis. She is the illustrator for Breaking Mad by Anna Williamson, which hit #1 on Amazon UK. Her work has appeared across media outlets from the Huffington Post to Buzzfeed to MSNBC.
Product Details ISBN: 9781524879785
ISBN-10: 1524879789
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication Date: May 2nd, 2023
Pages: 128
Language: English
“Such material risks becoming sappy or so universal as to be meaningless, but Evans, based on my experience, actually succeeds. She has a real skill in boiling down complicated emotions to those single-panel pages.” (School Library Journal)

Thinking of You is relatable and hope-inspiring, a great book to pick up when you need to feel a little less alone with your struggles. Highly recommended for anyone who needs the occasional (or frequent) mental or emotional pick-me-up.” (Nick Seluk, creator of the popular Awkward Yeti comic)