Many of us are already aware how tight I stay with Rick.
The opportuity to review his latest publication is a blessing.
Split Decision, by the wildly talented Ricardo Perez Jr. is a collection of faith, intelligence, love and ideas. The book paints the frame of a passionate life with words that make you lean closer toward the page.
Something unique about Rick’s writing is his ability to craft different styles. Throughout the book, tones rise and change like tides of moments and the reader is brought on a true journey of what it means to experience this world as part of the One source that keeps us all together.
The book is divided into five parts: Age Old Timeless, Speaking Conscience, More Than Inspiration, Written Silence, Abstract. Each section creates fresh insight of what life means and soothes with divine reminders. (more…)
and there (becomes)
this blink. this stretch this
flash of light
in a blue emerald glass
sort of way.
i found drums. to beat
within this. fragility;
this sudden and urgent and
unique type. of light.
and i felt it when i opened
my lungs. and my hips
that i opened. extending
stretching cracks outside
of what i was
comfortable. with that
i forget to this One.
I am very happy that it is Friday blog family. Alas, my book proposal is still not finished. While this sort of sucks, I’m still proud of what I’ve put together over the past 12 days. 12 days isn’t really that long seeing as I’ve been ranting about coming to New York City to get published for over four years now. (more…)
Ok so my book proposal is nearly finished. It took me just over a week. It wil definitely be done today.
I like to sleep on projects. Not in a protagonistic way, although I am a fan of procastinating in the proper circumstances. In cases of my writing, I prefer to walk away from something and revisit. Shake. Repeat.
So after roughly ten days of that, I think I have something to send in. I have that sick stomach throw-up excite-y feeling in my guts that isn’t exactly good, but I wouldn’t call terrible. (more…)
I’ve been married twice, but no one has ever actually proposed to me. Right now, I’m working on my first proposal ever. I’ve learned not to rely on other parties to be involved in such an intimate process. So I’m doing the proposal all by myself.
BOOK PROPOSAL TIME BLOG TRIBE!
An author representative asked for a proposal or manuscript to bat up to the Editorial group.