Rachel: The old domain we’d bought for your first Snowflake eBook (MeetSnowFlake.com) expires tomorrow. Since we decided not to keep that domain, I moved the entire website and made a few small updates/changes to it. The new address is a “sub-domain” of your main website. You can find it on snowflake.rachelfryer.com. If you publish another Snowflake book, like you were talking about over Christmas break, you can publish/link it there also if you want.
by Wesley Fryer
I also remembered I setup a Twitter account for your Snowflake book series, it’s @MeetSnowflake. I posted about the new site address and made some changes in the Twitter profile. If you want logins to both the site and this Twitter account I can make/give you those.
We've decided to not renew our old domain, so the original "Meet Snowflake" website has been moved to http://t.co/s2DWu5lu3a
— Meet Snowflake (@MeetSnowflake) January 28, 2015
I think you should write and illustrate a new Snowflake book by yourself, and we should publish it to iTunes together.