In the Spotlight with Tracy Fernandez


Karen Robertson of Treasure Kai asked me to be part of a book app writers blog chain last month. Basically, we write a post and tag fellow writers who are participating. I love this idea as  it reminds me of the chain letters we wrote as kids!  So this week I thought I would write about a great company and woman who has done a lot of work for such great organizations like Apps for Children With Special Needs (A4cwsn) and even provided a banner valued at $300-$400 for Penelope’s 2nd Birthday Facebook Party as a giveaway for developers.  Developers had a chance to win a custom-made banner on Polka Dots Publishing Facebook Page where we posted a Rafflecopter Giveaway. 

Tracy Fernández is an award-winning graphic artist who has spent more than 20 years gaining extensive graphic design experience, conceiving ideas as well as producing design for printed communications and the web. Tracy founded Fernández Design with a primary focus on educational publishing, the arts and non-profit organizations.  Some other groups she has worked with include dandelion moms, Ellies Games, Chore Pad in which she designed a banner that helped out 40 developers for Black Friday, and as mentioned, A4cwsn. 

 I am happy to report that Nina Lim of Super Harry and Other Tales won the banner in our giveaway!  Plus Tracy said she would give all those who entered a big discount if you are looking at creating a new Facebook Page or have a special event that is coming up!  You can reach her at Tracy@fernandezdesign.netcongrats-banner

I am happy to showcase this talented graphic artist!  Thanks all for participating!

To read more about Tracy and see some of her work go to:

You can follow her on Facebook:


And stop by the following writers websites to check out what they and their apps/books are about:

Merrily Kutner:

Nina Lim : author of Super Harry’s Rotten Luck and Henrietta’s Hungry.

Karen Robertson: In addition to being a book app writer, Karen teaches marketing  and coaches authors hoping to get into the digital kid’s space:

Julie Landry Laviolette: author of “Brush of Truth” –

Annie Fox: author of numerous books helping teens and parents including “Teaching Kids to Be Good People” – and her Next Big Thing blog post:

Julie Hedlund: children’s writing blogger and author of the upcoming book,  ”A Troop is a Group of Monkeys” –

Dr. Heather Manley: author of the Human Body Detectives series –

Chris Pedersen: author of “The Prisoner of Carrot Castle” –

Gerry Renert: author of Brave Rooney


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