Gman’s Blog

I keep meaning to let people know that Gman has his very own blog. Those of you that spend time with Gman will know that, for several months at least, he has been working on a series of his own invented trading cards, similar to Pokemon, called “Batamon” cards. In this process, he has invented worlds, and characters, and landscapes. And now he is putting all that together into his own blog. It’s called “Battle Blog” (well, this is a 12 year old boy we’re talking about!) and can be found here. He is pleased to get visitors to his blog, thrilled if anyone clicks on “like” and absolutely over the moon to get a comment! So please check it out and leave a comment if you have time πŸ™‚


3 thoughts on “Gman’s Blog

  1. Allie says:

    Off to click “like”!

  2. So cute! I’m following him πŸ™‚

  3. auntie princess 'efa says:

    Gman. You are amazong. You should pubish and sell this series. What a wonderful entreprenuer you are πŸ™‚

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