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Indie Authors: The Ultimate Guide to Creating the Perfect Book Cover

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For authors, a book’s cover is one of the most critical parts of their books. Why? Well, the book cover design is the first thing readers notice, so it plays a big part in attracting readers and generating sales for the author. Furthermore, a well-designed book cover sets the tone for the content inside, making it the first point of contact between the story and the reader. A good book cover also gives a general idea about the demographic the book is aimed at, whether it’s a work of fictional or not, and the book’s core genre. Read on for ultimate guide to creating the perfect book cover for indie authors. Continue reading Indie Authors: The Ultimate Guide to Creating the Perfect Book Cover

Affordable Essay Writing Services for Academic Level Students

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If you’re a student with a heavy workload, you can hire a professional Write My Essay For Me Service. You can choose from various types of papers, including argumentative, review, and compare-and-contrast essays. You can also ask the writer to edit and revise your paper to make it better. Likewise, you can leave it to a professional, who is familiar with the subject and can offer you a quality product. It’s best to choose an essay writer who has experience in writing academic papers. If you’re looking for a professional who has a degree in English, hire someone who has earned a Master’s or Ph.D. in the discipline. This way, you can be sure that the writer is skilled in the subject matter. It’s also a good idea to choose someone who speaks the language fluently.

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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Neon Kanji

Pink Neon Kanji
Photo By Gail

I was “somewhere” in the Theater Distract / Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood when I snapped this photo of a Pink Neon Sign outside of a Japanese Restaurant. Because, Pink Thing.

Leila Heller Gallery Presents: Pouran Jinchi, Black & Blue

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Hanged Series, 2015 (All Photos By Gail)

Leila Heller Gallery is currently hosting an exhibition of recent works by Persian artist Pouran Jinchi. Drawing on diverse cultural sources including literature, history, Folk art and religion, Jinchi has developed a visual vocabulary that inhabits the space between abstraction and calligraphy.

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Leila Heller Gallery Presents Calligraffiti 1984 / 2013

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Art By el Seed, All Photos By Gail

Geoffrey and I were in the thick of an exhausting Art Crawl last Saturday, trying to catch up on dozens of exhibits whose opening receptions we weren’t able to hit on September 12th — the official kick off to the NY Art Scene’s Fall/Winter Season — when we were drawn into the Leila Heller Gallery by the colorful graphic mural by Tunisian artist el Seed wrapping the gallery’s windows from 25th Street around the corner and down 11th Avenue.

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La2’s Homage to Keith Haring Graffiti Room

I really enjoyed this exhibit, which has close to a hundred pieces by dozens of contributing artists. Read the press release for more information at This Link. I’m just going to post photos I took of a few of my favorite pieces without much further commentary, if any.

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