Friday, October 26, 2012
It is written by a long time associate and friend of mine, Nora Gaskin. We have known each other for some thirty years. Nora's dad was a Literature Professor at UNC Chapel Hill, and my father-in-law was also and one of his best friends. So as one might expect -- after many lively discussions at dinner parties --Nora and become acquainted. And have had a blast sharing many yearly festive activities at my home and hers.
Until Proven is a mystery, a family saga, and an examination of how a community changes--or doesn't. I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. So I immediately ordered an ebook version and read straight through parts one and two in two days. The two different eras described in the story provide perceptive insight into the tenor of both times in a small southern town-- in particular race relations as they evolved. The mysteries that unfolded kept me at the edge of the page!
So check out Nora's recent blog that describes the many ways you can order this new intriquing series. Online, or in book stores.
PS, I helped Nora set up the blog and she caught on immediately. She got busy changing font sizes, colors, added new embellishments. Hard to keep up with her willingness to lay it all out there in print -- even the kind to expect online!
So, check her blog. It will definitely satisfy.
Monday, October 22, 2012
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Coming up, the Orange County Artist Tour. Check out the following video that shows the detailed elegance of art pots created by Judith Ernst. Her work is a wonder. She is part of the tour that is held the first two weekends in November. (I am also on the tour offering fused glass and fiber arts) -- Trudy Thomson
Sunday, October 7, 2012
Shelley lives in Chapel Hill and she will be participating in the upcoming Orange County Artists Guild Tour the first two weekends in November. So stop her designated site to see her work as well as many other worthy artists in the group.
Here is her story in a video format.
In this video, Shelly Hehenberger describes how nature in the inspiration for her artwork, what her painting process and techniques are like, and shares with us a recent exhibition of her work at the NC Museum of Life Sciences, in Raleigh. This video was shot and edited by Trudy Thomson of Chapel Hill.
Friday, October 5, 2012
I particularly liked this link about how one uses a Facebook page to promote a service or product -- or how one avoids common mistakes about the words you use to entice others to come on along with what you are promoting or offering.
To see the full list of there offerings for this month take a look at this site. The author is SEOmoz. I am impressed, and hope you will find a few articles of interest to your particular needs. We are each different. Yes indeed.
For more info about website design...particularly if you are a small enterprise that would like the benefits of a large idea, see http://www.trudythomson.com. Love shaping the message so that each and everyone gets a chance to reach the ring!