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Book: Drawing Breath by Laurie Boris
Art teacher Daniel Benedetto has cystic fibrosis. At thirty-four, he's already outlived his doctor's "expiration date," but that doesn't stop him from giving all he can to his students and his work. When he takes on Caitlin, his landlady's daughter, as a private student, the teen painter watches in torment as other people, especially women, treat Daniel like a freak because of his condition. To [...]
 
Book: Getting Your Sh*t Together - A Professional Practices Manual For Artists by Karen Atkinson and GYST Ink
Far too often artists find themselves having to compromise their art and their life because they were not taught accurate up-to-date methods for dealing with business situations. Because of this lack of preparedness artists miss out on valuable opportunities, financial rewards, and access to receptive audiences. This book aims to help all artists everywhere avoid these pitfalls and get on the [...]
 
Book: I Am Unashamed by Fatima Alexander
Unlike most of what is out there, I Am Unashamed is not your typical publication, our mission is and always will be to feature empowering articles that are designed to foster positive changes in readers' lives. The premiere issue touches on the lives of singers, artists, entrepreneurs, and philanthropists who have made it in their respective fields, with the goal of inspiring readers by sharing [...]
 
Book: Confessions of a Flash Artist by Renald Iacovelli
In Confessions of a Flash Artist, performance artist Dr. Humphrey Humdinger makes the case for "Dramatic Exposure" as an avant-garde art form capable of achieving new heights of dramatic expression. How he invented this art, his first crude attempts in it, his final mastery of it, and all the aesthetic and philosophical notions that occurred to him along the way, make his memoir a groundbreaking [...]
 
Book: Sketchboy by Randy Briley
Hello. Thank you for looking at my book Sketchboy! It's very nice of you and I appreciate it. My name is Randy Briley and over the course of a long career as an artist, I have kept little slips of paper near me on which to doodle. In line at the store, at lunch, talking on the phone or even waiting at a stoplight were all prime opportunities to let the little characters in this book come alive on [...]
 
Book: The Edger by Marilyn Baron, Sharon Goldman
The Edger, by Marilyn Baron and Sharon Goldman, is a humorous Women's Fiction about landscape artist Alexandra Newborn's shocking reunion with her college art professor, Nick Anselmo once a celebrated Italian artist, now a homeless lawn man which sows the seeds for murder, mystery and romance. In gratitude for food, art materials and company, Nick, or The Edger, as Alex comes to think of him, [...]
 
Book: Summer Magic by Sydell Voeller
When her fiance calls off their engagement, veterinarian assistant Lisa Prentice joins the circus in hopes of escaping the everyday grind. But life under the big top isn't quite what she expected. None of the veterinarian's former assistants managed to please their short-tempered boss, and Lisa fears that her days are numbered, too. Michael Figaro, a dashing young trapeze artist, is also caution [...]
 
Book: Killer DNA (Mason & Hall Book 1) by Gippy Adams Henry
In a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania parking garage, artist Dana Donato is grabbed from behind, beaten, drugged, and awakens in an underground dungeon. She is rescued by someone nearby who hears her screams when she realizes her captor's truck left the driveway. At the hospital, testing done for the damage to her body reveals shocking news that could destroy her plans for the future. When Nick, her [...]
 
Book: Return to Taylor's Crossing by Janie Dempsey Watts
Summer, 1959. In a small Georgia town, dairy worker Abednego Harris, 19, not only stands out for his skillful handling of bulls, but because of his color. When Lola James, 17, arrives to do day work for a nearby family, Abednego is smitten. As the young couple falls in love, racial tensions heat up, threatening their world. A violent attack tears them apart and spins their lives in different [...]
 
Book: Indian Affairs by Parris Afton Bonds
"The tale of star-crossed lovers from two different social stratums has been done time and time again, yet in Bonds' capable hands, the relationship is enchanting." ~ Kirkus Review - Turning conventional wisdom on its head, Washington socialite Alessandra O'Quinn and Indian shaman Manuel Mondragon, defy time and space and politics and families to come together in the sweeping canvas of the 1920's [...]
 
Book: The Waking Muse Omnibus by Cate Morgan
THE VIOLINIST AND THE COMPOSER: The quiet life of reclusive composer and grieving widower Robert takes an unexpected turn when a violist rents a cottage on the property where he's struggling to complete his masterpiece. THE CHEF AND THE FOOD WRITER: The last thing Chef Ian Michel needs just before opening his new restaurant is the know-it-all food writer who's review of his first venue razed his [...]
 
Book: Undressing The N-word by H. Lewis Smith
Undressing the N-word depicts the state of sociological views regarding questions that have been on people's minds for years but have been considered too sensitive to talk about openly. Among these types of taboo-type discussions is one that analyzes the systemicpsychological warfare and psychosocial treatment of one group over another. The systemic subjects the oppressed group to seeing, through [...]
 
Book: The Legend of Kimberly - Pursuit by J.R. Leckman
Separated from her companions in the fight for Auviarra's safety, Kimberly returns from the Wizard's Forest to discover that her friend Serra, a half-demon who is weak during the day, has been captured by the Brotherhood of Zor, a group of religious zealots who would see the races of Auviarra enslaved. Desperate to save Serra, Kimberly tries to do it alone, nearly losing her life in the process. [...]
 
Book: Intwine (Intwine Saga) by Christina Moss
ABOUT THE INTWINE SAGA - INTWINE is a contemporary young adult, science fiction/adventure series written by American author, Christina Moss and independently published by Christina Moss Books. This book has reach Amazon #1 Best Sellers List in Science Fiction/Adventure. For more information about Christina Moss and her other publications visit her Amazon author page. INTWINE is a super fun [...]
 
Book: Maggie in White (Maggie McGill Mysteries Book 7) by Sharon Burch Toner
Maggie and Allie McGill take a short cut through the snowy California mountains where they run into an unexpected whiteout blizzard, lose control of their car and nearly become popsicles. Nils Von Pfeffer, a curator of art at the Jeu de Paume museum in Paris in July, 1942, risks every thing to rescue a few pieces of art, designated by the Nazis as degenerate, that were destined for destruction. [...]
 
Book: Love Weaver by Jennifer Ransom
Ashley turned her venomous gaze on Sunnie and pointed her finger at her. "You're a spoiled brat! You think you can get anything you want if you just crook your little finger!" In my kindle romance novel, "Love Weaver," I have combined several ideas that interest me and I hope many others! Weaving is a love of mine from the past, so it plays a big role in the life of the main character, Sunnie, a [...]
 
Book: Public Domain Images on the Web by Sara Jane Bennet
"Where can I get public domain images for my web site/blog/school report/ online store?" This e-book explains some of the complicated issues about copyright, and offer resources for learning about it yourself. Different licensing options and their definitions are presented. This book reviews 34 web sites with public domain or attribution licensed images for free use. There are literally more than [...]
 
Book: Killer Art - Florida's Death Row Artists by Chris Dahl
Book 3 in the Death Row Stories Series is a unique one: art created by murderers on Death Row. They collect scraps of cardboard, left-over paper; they barter with smugglers for good pens, decent paints and colored pencils. They hide their art supplies away when word of a shake-down hits Death Row. And they produce some fascinating art. Aside from the standard greeting card stuff and half-naked [...]
 
Book: PUPPY LOVE! Adult Coloring Book - Release Your Inner Artist! by 101 ARTISTS
PUPPY & Dog LOVERS! Adult Coloring Book, For Relaxation, Stress Reduction - RELEASE YOUR INNER ARTIST! Dog and puppy lovers, get creative as we invite you to express yourself with these fun and playful (too cute!) images of puppies, dogs and original design images for hours of coloring fun and relaxation. Inside you'll find many images for your art activities. Spend your time using color to [...]
 
Book: Painting Glorious Rose Flowers in Watercolor - in 7 Stages by Lela Stankovic
An easy to learn from, watercolor painting e-Book that will bring your work closer to the professional level. Inside, you will find a detailed demonstration of a new and exciting 7 stages multi-layer watercolor painting technique that teaches you how to create realistic and convincing 3-dimensional rose flower that reaches out of paper to meet you. It will show you how to start, how to paint [...]
 
Book: The Black Belt Book of Life - Secrets of a Martial Arts Master by Richard Andrew King
The mystery and mystique of the martial arts is not only ages old, it's legend. Revered throughout the world, martial arts is a treasure chest of life secrets that transcend the boundaries of combat to include the expanse of life and living. Arguably, it is the greatest developmental system on earth for teaching the integration of body, mind and spirit. * What do martial arts secrets hold for [...]
 
Book: 800 FAMOUS GAYS Bisexuals, Lesbians and Thespians! by Mike Newell
A collection of over 800 famous and talented entertainers, artists, writers and politicians who are either gay, bisexual or lesbian. However this book does not set out to out anyone. It's to show people, especially young people that very talented people can also be gay people and not just show people but all people.
 
Book: Paint it Blue by George Thomas Clark
We wonder what they're thinking, so we ask Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. And you, Picasso, what are you really like? Vincent van Gogh, please tell us more about your agony and inspiration. We must also learn about distinguished women - Paula Modersohn-Becker, Seraphine Louis, Lee Krasner, Diane Arbus, and others. I know they'll tell us. So will expressionists like Ernst Ludwig Kirschner and Otto [...]
 
Book: The Art of Hugging - A Heartwarming Guide to Everyone's Favorite Gesture of Love by Brainard Carey, Delia Carey
Do you want a hug? It's free! The Free Hug movement has been taking the world by storm since it first started over a decade ago. Conceptual artists and husbandand- wife team Delia and Brainard Carey have exhibited all over the world now they're ready to break down one of the world's simplest and most powerful gestures. From the story of the hugging saint and a history of hugging's viral video [...]
 
Book: Columbus - The Musical Crossroads by David Meyers
Columbus has long been known for its musicians. Unlike New York, San Francisco, Kansas City, Nashville, or even Cincinnati, however, it has never had a definable "scene." Still, some truly remarkable music has been made in this musical crossroads by the many outstanding musicians who have called it home. Since 1900, Columbus has grown from the 28th- to the 15th-largest city in the United States. [...]
 
Book: Music Business - It's a Dirty Game! by Tiwanda Gail Lovelace
MUSIC BUSINESS: IT'S A DIRTY GAME! By Tiwanda 'Ne Ne' Lovelace *Includes extra inserts and additional color copies and screenshots! Perfect Bound (Printed Copy) Black & White, Size: 11 x 8.5, pages: 324 - For decades we have all heard about many artists not receiving compensation but the first thing you think is one of the following: 1. They did not have their copyrights or they failed to protect [...]
 
Book: Reflections From The Creek by the Prairie Quills Writers Group
Swift Current City owes its existence to the little creek that meanders through the grasslands of southwestern Saskatchewan. Its shimmering surface has mirrored the progress of the last hundred years, flowing through periods of immigration, settlement, prosperity, depression, and war. The creek reflected thirsty antelope, guzzling steam locomotives, drifting mallards and measured the lengthening [...]
 
Book: Sculpture Gardens - Our love is set in stone (Summer Reads Book 3) by B.L. Wilson
Through a series of misunderstandings, female sculptor Dana Nixon loses her job as a server when a diner complains about her attitude to the owner. The complaining diner, Kenya Smithson, turns out to be a patron of the arts that Dana meets again at a gallery opening for local artists. Kenya finds it difficult to believe the rude, on the make, and extremely opinionated woman is the artist who [...]
 
Book: Blue Rider by Lily Ennis
When Marie's grandmother dies and leaves a suitcase full of paintings Marie is thrust into a world that pre-dates her grandmother, Margaret. She believes it's possible that Margaret may not have had the same father as her siblings and Marie's search for her true lineage leads her to question the importance of family. Mary Bell returns in a sequel to Scarlet Runner. The aftermath of the Waihi gold [...]
 
Book: Charles Manson's Blood Letters - Dueling with the Devil
"Both Rubacher and Manson are brilliant, intuitive, half-mad artists and psychologists/manipulators...only God knows why one uses his energy and talent for good and why one wastes it in evil. Rubacher is on to something." San Francisco Chronicle "Rubacher's journey to the heart of darkness was not without travail. During the two years he corresponded with Manson, Rubacher says, he endured threats [...]
 


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