You know how hard it is to get good advice if you’ve ever faced an indifferent life guard when you complained of an octopus in the public pool; if you’ve ever accidentally sprayed your face with gold paint and were afraid of being mistaken for a false idol; or if your husband failed to notice that you’d replaced yourself with a manikin. These and other common problems are addressed in Dear Babalu: Letters to an Advice Columnist by Peter J. Manos, illustrated by Toby Liebowitz.
Tom as Sophianos, Speak the Greek
One of the best books on writing I have read is Leigh Michaels' On Writing Romance; How to Craft a Novel that Sells. The writer of this letter to Babalu should read it.
Operating Puts Surgeon at Risk
Little Suzie-Q is a pretty good surgeon, but she's in trouble now.
Prince in the Oatmeal
Falling in love at breakfast.
Hell Holes of Horror
Hope for this writer?
Squashbug. A Game?
A boy writes to Babalu about his sister.