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Book: Mixed Media Art - Living Your Passion by Cindy Adkins
AMAZON BESTSELLER, Kindle, Mixed Media Bestselling author and gallery artist Cindy Adkins offers an exciting look at mixed media art. If you are a mixed media artist or have ever wanted to become one, then the inspiration in this book could be just what you need to enhance your artistic journey. It includes descriptions of projects that will keep you busy exploring your own creativity. Learn [...]
 
Book: Greekscapes - Journeys with an Artist by Pamela Jane Rogers
A twist of fate sends this American artist to Greece on a painting workshop in 1982. After a luxurious swim in the Aegean, an epiphany in an olive grove inspires her to continue her life's journey with art - and either mend her broken marriage or end it. Her mission is to learn from her past and resurrect faith in her intuition and her love of art. Yearly art workshops abroad give unparalleled [...]
 
Book: Sea Dreams (The Witches Of New Moon Beach Book 5) by Meriam Wilhelm
Once renowned for his artistic abilities, painter Thor Hudson has become a washed up shell of himself. Hiding out in a self-imposed retirement, Hudson is incapable of finger painting, let alone recreating even one of his famous sea murals. When the artist's publicist prematurely announces Hudson's long awaited return to the art world Hudson is faced with failing publicly or accepting help from a [...]
 
Book: Tangled Web by Julie Eberhart Painter
Wilkes-Barre's cohesive Welsh community is a haven of Protestant values and mutual support. It is also a hornet's nest of gossip. Neither a canary's death nor a girl's fall from grace escapes the locals' chatter so when unwed Catherine Jones becomes pregnant, she is quietly sent to a shelter for unwed mothers and her baby put up for adoption. Years later, she and her sister start their lives [...]
 
Book: Love Makes the Difference (Sully Point Book 1) by Nicole Smith
Sam walked into Anna's life one morning in the small town of Sully Point. She'd never seen a man as handsome, and he found himself intrigued by a woman who wasn't his type. Both Sam and Anna have secret lives they want to keep hidden, but when love enters the picture, will the secrets come spilling out? Will fame and fortune get in the way of true love? Romance, danger, and love awakening are all [...]
 
Book: Love Passion Poetry Vol. 1 by Adona Pierre
This is my first poetry book. I found myself very emotionally attached because my poetry comes from within, I call it my secret soul search. It's my therapy and I honestly believe it will help others. I've always loved to write short stories, journals and essay's but, poetry has always been my first love. When I write I often ask myself, "how many people are feeling or going through the exact [...]
 
Book: Imitation Me by Denise Atchley
Trent struggles with the concept and expectations that come with conformity. From the strict dress code to the mundane instruction received during the school day, Trent feels he is imprisoned by a structured world that just does not understand him. His creative and artistic abilities are dying a slow, miserable death within the confines of the high school. However, he is given a salvation when [...]
 
Book: Burning Tears by Lucia Trifan
Lucia Trifan was Born in Romania, 1949, in legendary Vrancea County. She graduated School of Fine Arts in Brasov, with degree in sculpture and ceramics. She arrived in the Island of Sint Maarten, Dutch Caribbean, in 1984, since when she becomes permanent resident. Her art is part of her biography and the personal history is written within art. At times, the creative process proven painful, yet [...]
 
Book: The Church of Tango - a Memoir by Cherie Magnus
The Church of Tango is a passionate memoir of tragedy and adventure, lust and music, romance and tango, and above all, survival. A dancer all her life, she'd had to put it on hold while raising her artistic sons and caring for her dying husband. Now as she set her suitcase down on the ancient cobblestones of a Paris courtyard, she wondered 48 years old, 6,000 miles away from home, knowing no one [...]
 
Book: Shoetry by Shola Ezeokoli
Shoetry(rhymes with poetry) is a collection of poems written by me(Shola) over the years. The point of this book is mainly to inspire people through the art form of poetry. It attempts to bring God-themes to life through free verse and rhymes. There are poems on the love of God, diligence, consistency, purpose, romantic love, fruit of the spirit, and many others. Most of the thirty poems in [...]
 
Book: The Bakery Girls by Florence Ditlow
When entrepreneurial Floyd Stitt opens a bakery in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 1908, his timing is perfect. Barely emancipated women eagerly buy his delicious bread, cakes and pies and Stitt's Bakery flourishes. Growing up surrounded by flour and sugar, Stitt's three attractive daughters have the bakery in their blood. Artistic Dot, enigmatic Louise and problem-solving Elaine come of age in the [...]
 
Book: (Peace) Words by Roy Anthony Shabla
Newly expanded edition. This is the most autobiographical book I have written thus far. It is a "portrait of the artist as a young vandal" complete with confessions of illegal international activities. Updated with important, early blog entries on poets and poetry. It is also a moving story of finding one's artistic self in the world despite current trends and styles. The backdrop of the [...]
 
Book: Sculptor's Desire (Gallant Gentlemen's Guild) by Kerry Adrienne
Book 2 in the Gallant Gentlemen's Guild Series Rocco Lazzaro is on a mission to find the perfect male body to sculpt. His inability to find "the one" has affected his creativity and he's frustrated by his failure. With a Guild charity auction coming up, he's expected to provide high-quality sculptures, but the pieces he creates feel soulless. When Devin, a yoga instructor, approaches him and [...]
 
Book: Hayden and Friends by Liberty Dendron
The adventure of a small Hyena observing, and then advising, a pig, a goat, and a rabbit, which, after failing independently to achieve their aim, learn how to solve problems and achieve success, by working together. They live in the jungle. The jungle had everything they needed, plenty of leafy branches to eat and keep away the sun and the rain. The jungle was warm and snuggly; it was the [...]
 
Book: Single Girl Summer by Deanna Kimberly Burrell
Relationships aren't complicated... People are! Button Jackson knows two things for sure: all men cheat and all women are rivals. So it's no surprise that the impeccably dressed restaurateur hasn't had a serious boyfriend, close girlfriend, or any connection of substance in years. Meghan Cherry has the opposite problem. Reeling from a painful divorce, the techie with a desire to unleash her [...]
 
Book: Intrusion: WWII, two boys, a fateful rivalry (A Relative Invasion Book 1) by Rosalind Minett
1937 London. With ruthless Hitler in Europe and manipulative Cousin Kenneth at the doorstep, young Billy is facing war. A fateful rivalry is born . . . Lonely Billy's excitement at learning that his relatives have moved to live nearby soon turns to dismay. The frail and artistic Kenneth is hideously devious, Uncle Frank is an outright bully while Billy's parents only see Kenneth's porcelain [...]
 
Book: Echoes in the Darkness (The Jago Legacy Series Book 2) by Jane Godman
Echoes in the Darkness - Gothic Romance - The Jago Legacy Series, Book Two - In the artistic circles of 1860s Paris she is known as the Divine Dita, Montmartre's most sought-after nude model. But now she's not so much striking a pose as playing a role, as fiancee to the next Earl of Athal. The charade is a favor to Dita's best friend, Eddie Jago, a dissolute painter, and the aforementioned heir. [...]
 
Book: Iron Maidens - The Celebration of the Most Awesome Female Muscle in the World by Kristin Kaye
Kristin Kaye believed fate had delivered her to Broadway when, at age twenty-three and fresh from drama school, she was hired as the playwright and director of a one-night only extravaganza at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City. The show she'd been hired for? The Celebration of the Most Awesome Female Muscle in the World, a stage production featuring twenty-five of the world's most muscular [...]
 
Book: Corr Syl the Warrior by Garry Rogers
For young adults, a science fiction adventure set on an Earth where animals are smarter than humans. The story follows Corr Syl, a young warrior descended from rabbits, as he is drawn into a conflict between the new human species and the rest of the world's animal species who refer to themselves as Tsaeb. People from a human city are beginning to prowl around a neighboring Tsaeb district. The [...]
 
Book: Margaret of the North by E Journey
An enduring romance, a guilty pleasure. This sequel takes off from the titillating ending of the BBC miniseries, North and South, based on Elizabeth Gaskell's novel. John Thornton and Margaret Hale honeymoon in a vibrant mid-century Paris when impressionism was beginning to take hold and cafes were the place to be. They spend days of ease in Cadiz with her brother and his Spanish wife. These [...]
 
Book: Artist's Touch by Kerry Adrienne
A Rainbow Award Honorable Mention-- "I love when I am reading a book for judging that I might not - normally buy on my own and it ends up being something I cannot put down. Wonderfully written, had me rooting for the couple from the moment they - were first introduced to one another." Every starlet wants master painter Kenon Alavi to do her portrait...and more. But Kenon prefers firm to soft and [...]
 
Book: With Love, Candy by Archana Amaragandhi
The talkative stuffed doll, Candy is frustrated by its inability to verbalize its thoughts. In a non-sci-fi, non-fantasy real world, its uncanny sixth sense still stands handicapped. Seeking words as its medium of expression, Candy takes the readers through Shalini's contemporary life and complex characters as she grows from a child to an adolescent and adult. This tale revolves around the [...]
 
Book: The Celestial Sea - A sacred romance and moral quest by Marina de Nadous
A glorious, exciting and heart-wrenching tale, The Celestial Sea is the first book in a new series. This is the story of an English housewife and mother and an artistic Kiwi man; musician, woodsman and teacher, who find themselves embracing life in the Southern Hemisphere in the most unexpected and extraordinary way. Plucked from the bosom of all she has ever known; she finds herself exploring [...]
 
Book: Birdie Saves The World by Grace Walton
Revised 2015 - A Contemporary Inspirational Romance from Best Selling author Grace Walton. Quirky Birdie O'Brien's life is a juggling act. Her artistic career compliments the non-profit she's started. Her colorful and eclectic circle of friends lightens the train-wreck relationships of her Old Money Savannah family. Her dull and conventional fiance never challenges her perfectly molded world. Her [...]
 
Book: California Transit - Stories by Diane Lefer
"From the world that could not be saved, the storyteller salvages small, strange stuff and assembles it into a narrative of alarming beauty and mystery and sadness." from the introduction by Carole Maso Southern California: land of dislocation and assimilation, a place Diane Lefer knows well. In California Transit, she uses conversational prose and macabre wit to zero-in on a Mexican woman [...]
 
Book: A is for Apocalypse (Alphabet Anthologies Book 1)
"In A is for Apocalypse, the world ends in both fire and ice-and by asteroid, flood, virus, symphony, immortality, the hands of our vampire overlords, and crowdfunding. A stellar group of authors explores over two dozen of the bangs and whispers that might someday take us all out. Often bleak, sometimes hopeful, always thoughtful, if A is for Apocalypse is as prescient as it is entertaining, [...]
 
Book: Fictional Worlds - Traditions in Narrative and the Age of Visual Culture, Vols. I-IV (Storytelling on Screen) by L.A. Alexander
"Create Your Own World!" is a motto of visionary artists. We all enjoy escaping into, and journeying within, fictional realms. Some aspire to create their own unique artistic worlds. Fictional Worlds, intended for all readers who love literature and film, and especially for writers, filmmakers, and videogame designers, points at new ways of navigating, exploring, and creating entrancing fictional [...]
 
Book: The Convict and the Rose by Jan Sikes
Award winning Biographical/Fiction sequel to Flowers and Stone. Luke and Darlina find their love severely tested as they struggle to overcome enormous odds. When Texas veteran musician, Luke Stone, finds himself behind bars with a seventy-five-year sentence, he is filled with hate, anger, and rebelliousness. He's lost everything that he treasures, including the woman who holds his heart. How has [...]
 
Book: The Feline Comedy by Mozot by Maria Ivana Trevisani Bach
How can we help young people become champions of environmental ethics? The fantastic journey narrated in this formation novel (Bildungsroman) provides some stimulating input for an unusual and creative approach to the matter. In the company of the magic cat Mozot, the two protagonists - Martina and Leonardo - embark on an out-of-this-world journey to the "Feline Hyperuranium". Like a modern-day [...]
 
Book: DISMANTLING THE ~ ISMS by Mercy Offor, PhD
ABOUT THE BOOK - This articulate and commendable writing mirrors problems that face everyone through the eyes of an experienced social analyst. In an artistic manner, the author of Dismantling the ~Isms re-describes reality, and construes social experiences in a new and venturesome way. Various social problems are highlighted, and viable solutions are listed by the diligent author who draws from [...]
 
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