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intellectualammo last won the day on February 8 2014

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  1. My seventh published book is titled, "Five Seven Five", is a collection of creative writing pieces that I've done that were inspired by art. It has around 240 links in it,so you are able to view the art that is associated with my creative writing pieces. It was published last month. You can read the description and try a free sample here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Five-Seven-Steven-L-Sheppard-ebook/dp/B00LZBB5QG I recommend reading it in "sepia" if your device has that feature. My Fire HD has it. It's the only book I've read that actually looks good in sepia. Probably because it matc
  2. Here are said seven hyperlinked musical compositions:
  3. I finished writing my eighth book and published it over the weekend. "Unrequited Waves". It's a play. The cover image went through successfully, without any trouble. I designed it. There are also seven musical compositions hyperlinked to in the text, so that readers are able to listen to what the characters are listening to, if they'd like to. Links all work. The free sample is decent, it cuts off nicely and cleanly. Amazon description: Will this be an eventful summer for her, or just another uneventful one? Will a change in a worker's routine, change anything else in his life? I jus
  4. The book is only $0.99 right now. For how long, I don't exactly know, but just letting you know.
  5. My favorite novel not written by Ayn Rand, is definately this one, "Hunger for Atlantis" This a recently book that I take very seriously and regard it to be among the very finest and most important books one can read in Romantic Realism today. It was recently published. I've just reviewed it myself on Amazon, my 5 star review is HERE Here are a few excerpts from the book: [no spoilers]
  6. I highly recommend "Hunger for Atlantis" This a recently book that I take very seriously and regard it to be among the very finest and most important books one can read in Romantic Realism today. It was recently published. I've just reviewed it myself on Amazon, my 5 star review is HERE Here are a few excerpts from the book: [no spoilers]
  7. Okay everyone: my 5 star review has now been approved and published by Amazon of Pandora's novel, "Hunger for Atlantis". It's a very unusual form for a review to take, since it's written as a 3,350 word poem. If you find my review helpful, simply hit the "Yes" button after reading it, if you don't, then hit "No". It's important that you answer, though you don't have to. http://www.amazon.com/review/R29OEZP13Z9XZA/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00JY2FXC0&channel=detail-glance&nodeID=133140011&store=digital-text
  8. I've just finished my first reading of the book. I say first, because I'm reading it a second time, more closely, to really study it. This book I take very seriously and regard it to be among the very finest and most important books one can read in Romantic Realism today. Though I do not know who exactly Pandora is, I think the name holds some kind of important significance to the series itself, as being a reference to the Pandora in Greek mythology. I think they use it, because it suits their expression. There are 46 chapters in the first volume in the Work of Art Series. Pandora incl
  9. Those of you looking for new fiction in the romantic realism genre, I have found an exemplary one. One recently published. I only came across it when looking up a reader of mine who had written a review of one of my plays. I was so honored by their words, that I looked at the reviewer, and saw that they had just published a book titled, "Hunger for Atlantis". And now that I have begun reading it, I'm even more honored that a writer who can write like this, wrote what they did about my own work. Please, consider treating yourself to a sample of this book, and reading the 5 star review that the
  10. Wondering if any of you are on deviantART? I've recently joined and have been enjoying myself there. I think it's considered the largest online art community. I have even tried my own hand at creating expressions of my own there. It's free to upload, one can favorite other's art, search for specific types of art (traditional, digital, etc), make collections, interact with the artists and comment on their art, buy their art, sell your own, even has a resource area where you can use images and photos uploaded by others in your own expressions, depending upon the terms and conditions each mod
  11. Well I am. Bought the original for $1,000.00 firm. I think it is important to note, that this was not a commissioned work. I haven't taken a photo of the original I own yet. But that canvas print and a greeting card I bought I have more photos of. I set this one up to show you guys the 5x7 card, while having a bit of fun with Sylvia there: "standing there […] she saw him - 'that big, dark, hunky boy, the only one... huge enough for me.' […] Sylvia had wanted to know who he was the instant she spotted him. […] while she studied him […] Sylvia could see more clearly his tall frame, his broad s
  12. ARI archive responded to my inquiry. James Avati is the name of the artist. https://www.flickr.com/photos/hangfirebooks/2700481200/in/photostream/ I'm going to look more at his art later when I have time.
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