Limited Editions

Lynette creates limited editions for Shops, Craft Shows, and Galleries. If there is something on this page you like and would like to purchase, please contact me to place an order or find out where it is available.

CALL ME BILL a YA Graphic Novel $18

To purchase Call Me Bill, please contact Conundrum Press, or visit your local bookstore or the SS Atlantic Craft Shop at 178 Sandy Cove Rd in Terence Bay. (Check their hours!)

CALL ME BILL tells two true stories: the wreck of the White Star Line passenger steamship (before the Titanic!), SS Atlantic, that drove headlong onto the rocky coast of Nova Scotia on April 1, 1873, with catastrophic loss of life, and traumatic impact on the heroic rescuers; and the story of one of the sailors, whose courage to live authentically, defying gender constraints, inspires us today.

Visually inventive and eloquently written, Call Me Bill is a dazzling story of a short life lived daringly. -Emma Donoghue

Richards’ writing is engaging and never preachy, making points about gender expression and identity that fit naturally within the adventure. -Quill and Quire starred review

A gorgeously illustrated historical graphic novel based on a real person who, defying gender expectations, left home in search of adventure and a more authentic life. -Conundrum Press


To purchase a small stained glass window, please check; Made in the Maritimes website or their two Halifax locations; Craft Nova Scotia online Craft Shop; or contact Lynette Richards at Rose Window Stained Glass to commission, or find out about upcoming Craft Shows.


Currently SOLD OUT, Lynette will be making more Tiny Stained Glass Windows but for now, please contact to commission exactly what you are imagining.


Lynette turns some of her drawings into cards each year. They are blank inside and come with an envelope. $4/ea or 3 for $10.


These matted prints measure 8″x 10″, and fit a standard frame. $20/ea

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January 9, 2019 - 2019 Happy New Year!

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June 26, 2018 - Hot Summer 2018!

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