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Pre-release review: Love in the Shadows by Dylan Madrid

Love in the Shadows by Dylan Madrid

My rating: 2.5/3 of 5 stars

The blurb…

Quintin Pearson, an American living in London, has spent the last two years working as a magazine staff writer and nursing a broken heart. 476 more words

M/m Romance

Color splash!

Bold strokes of color today, a sure way to lift your spirits! Have a great Wednesday, xo..

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Art

Digital Publishing Moves Mainstream: Is Your Publisher Playing the Professional Game?

 Originally published at Jessewave.

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At RWA[1]’s 2012 national conference in Anaheim, a digital-first title won the contemporary single title RITA[2]. The RWA board introduced new, protective language into the bylaws, specifically stating that “membership shall not be denied to adults because of race, color, gender, age, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, or political affiliation.”[3] The board also announced that beginning this fall self-published authors earning $5,000 in total sales or more will be eligible for the… 5,563 more words

Writing

Bold strokes

I’m increasingly convinced that life rewards those who make bold strokes. Those who grab fear by the ears and headbutt it will be rewarded for their brazen attitude in the end. 604 more words

Uplifting Times

Go with your gut sister...

Have you ever felt like you were really on to something? Like, at the gutteral level your instincts were telling you that you had a great idea and to “just go with it”? 881 more words

Challenge Work

The rich acrylic manifestations of Katie Wyatt

Katie Wyatt not only enjoys painting it is part of her. It is evident in her style. Each flick of the pallet knife is carefully considered. 547 more words

Artists

Whirlwinds, bold strokes, and big, beautiful, British Columbia

Like a good friend you don’t see nearly enough, but one for whom you know that you should make the time, because, well, it’s good for your heart, they make you laugh, they make your cry, and ultimately make you feel all the good cathartic feelings we’re meant to feel as human beings: I’m back to blogging. 1,576 more words

Challenge Work