All the fabulous illustrations below are by Maureen 'Marzi' Wilson, an introverted doodler, who created Introvert Doodles as a way of exploring and better understanding her introversion.
If you like the cartoons above, you'll love the 175 drawings in Maureen Marzi Wilson's book!
Whoever said there's strength in numbers lied.
Meet Marzi. She's an introvert who often finds herself in awkward situations. Marzi used to feel strange about her introverted tendencies. Not anymore! Now she knows that there are tons of introverts out there just like her - introverts who enjoy peace and quiet, need time alone to recharge their battery, and who prefer staying in with their pet and a good book to awkward social interactions.
Just like Marzi, these introverts can often be found in libraries, at home watching Netflix, brainstorming excuses to miss your next party, or doodling cute cartoons. Being an introvert in an extrovert world isn't always easy, but it certainly is an adventure. In Introvert Doodles, follow Marzi through all of her most uncomfortable, charming, honest, and hilarious moments that everyone - introvert, extrovert, or somewhere in between - can relate to.
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"Marzi's charming and irreverent illustrations are exactly what young and old introverts need to approach their temperament with wisdom and self-affirmation."
(Susan Cain, author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking.)
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