Tomorrow at 12:00 I will be talking about time management and writing. This topic taps me on the shoulder and invites me in for a wrestle every single day of my life. Tune and in and please call with questions! 626-657-2110
How fun?! I am so happy and excited! I’ll be tweeting and Facebooking these delicious blogspots all month!
If you look at online book reviews at all, then, sooner or later, you will read one of Harriet Klausner’s reviews. They are well written, smart, straightforward. She has a laser-like penetration of story and character. Her Amazon classic reviewer rank was #1 and she still deserves that.
In part, Norm Goldman and his wife Lily wrote: “…with Sabin Howard’s and Traci L. Slatton’s The Art of Life you are in the possession of a beautiful collection of personal essays and visually stunning content that renders to its readers a vivid glimpse into the world of sculpture and in particular the work of a young American classical figurative sculptor, Sabin Howard….
Quite engrossing and gripping is the last chapter where Sabin illustrates his beautiful intricate anatomical drawings that have been garnered from his decades of experience in the studio, his many tens of thousands of hours working with life models and his sixteen years of teaching of the models for his sculptures that translate life into artistic terms. The sensuality of his creations, the sobriety of his material and the intricate details all give personality to his sculptures that participate in the art of living and create a visual conquest. The functional becomes poetry as these incredible realistic sculptures seem to evolve into a world in perpetual movement.”
It’s always wonderful to get a good review, but it’s especially fulfilling when a really smart reviewer gets it, gets the whole picture. Check out the review, check out this lively book review site.
CENSORED BY ITUNES
Make my day: I’ve been censored! I’ve arrived as a novelist.
Specifically, the cover of my novel THE LOVE OF MY (OTHER) LIFE has been censored. iTunesConnect has deemed this cover “inappropriate.” See below.
By the way, if you click on the title, it will take you to the Amazon sales page.
Here was my initial response:
“To my surprise, there is a ticket on this title, that the cover art has been deemed inappropriate.