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  1. Its quite creative, I liked the colors.

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  2. Very nice creation. I think the window symbolizes the freedom of your thought which directed from your hands to our look.

    Greetings from Hellas.
    Yannis Politopoulos

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    1. That is a wonderful explanation.
      Thank you Yannis.

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  3. John!
    I like The Window, You are very Creative!

    Good week my Friend!
    Brasil.

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    1. I'm happy you enjoyed the images Clik.
      Have a good week!
      Your friend
      John M

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  4. Really great pieces of art that tells a story without words~

    Jan

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    1. Thank you Jan.
      It's great encouragement coming from an artist.
      Have a good week!

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  5. The third is my favourite, but the first looks like something I might have seen in my recent trip to the Tate Modern gallery in London. :)

    Thanks for all your gracious comments on mulledvine.com. I'm in the process of getting my little novel "Reflections of Grace" edited (and reworked) and plan to e-publish shorly. I don't expect massive sales, unless I'm really lucky, but I just need to get this out of my system so I can move on to something else.

    Tell me about this book of yours.

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    1. I know what you mean about getting it out of your system.
      What frustrates me most is how many novels which are no better than mine are published. I know my novel is not a literary masterpiece. It's just an entertaining story. But it's no worse than what's out there.
      I'll have to do some research on how to self-publish or e-publish. For now I'll send out my last batch of query letters.
      I think there are 115 possible agents for my type of novel. If I subtract the ones who have already rejected me , take a closer look into what the rest want in a novel and check to make sure they are legitimate ; I will have my final list.

      After he follows the instructions in a mysterious book, a man tries to escape the evil he has unleashed.

      Tom Bianco is not satisfied with his life. One night he visits a bookstore where he finds a book that promises to change everything. Not taking it seriously, he makes a solemn agreement and performs the ceremony described in the book to finalize his commitment.
      When his life is drastically transformed into a series of nightmarish events, he believes at first that he is losing his mind. He is later convinced that he is bound to his oath by mysterious powers and is being groomed into becoming a serial killer.
      A Clandestine Covenant is a completed 71,500 word psychological thriller.

      Wish me luck!

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