The author, Cynthia Tinapple, is known for her blog, Polymer Clay Daily which is a morning read that many polymer artists look forward to in the morning with their cup of coffee to start the day.
Cynthia is a good writer and I love how she talks about polymer clay and it's history. She has an interesting chapter on Assessing your work and how she discovered five categories that inspire artists: The Experimenters, the Disciplinarians, the Naturals, the Socializers and the category I fit into, the Problem Solvers.
The photos are extremely high quality and a real bonus are some of the projects or tips from a wide range (125) of polymer artists from around the world. I especially like the layout how she places the captions for the photos on the adjacent page so you get the full effect of the photos on the page opposite.
Over time I have had the opportunity to get to know many other polymer artists from around the world and so makes this book even more special to see them and their works displayed.
In you have any interest in polymer clay, I highly recommend this book. You can order it here, OR, if you are in Canada, you can order it here.