I have a lot of friends who have been to my studio and have seen my work at the gallery. I am always very excited when they tell me they are interested in my work. As much as it may be intimidating, I get so much enjoyment from my time at the studio and being able to work on my pieces in a safe environment. This is just one of the reasons why I was excited to hear that my pieces were being sold out on my website.
That is very much true. I have a lot of friends who are interested in my work and I am excited to show them. It was great to hear that my pieces would be up on the website for sale.
Again, the reason I was so excited to hear they were interested in my work was because it was so much more than just your average website. The website is a place to show, tell, discuss, and show off my work. It’s a place for me to get feedback and see what others think of my work, get a chance to work on it, and talk about it with them.
If you want to see more, you can always preorder your piece on my website. You can see all the items I am currently selling, along with the prices I am asking for them, by clicking here.
For those of you who are interested in going ahead and preordering it, there’s a deadline of September 30th. But if you want to preorder now, you can do so here.
A few months ago I posted my first book I wanted to publish, so when I finished that chapter I figured I’d get something out of it. I’m pleased that I did, since I never really wanted to read that book (unless I’m a little bit obsessed). I’m also glad that my work is doing well, since it is really a great book. I’ve been a huge fan of the series for a while now, and I’m really looking forward to reading it.
Ive been very thankful for your help in getting this book out. Ive made a lot of progress in getting it out, and Ive finally found some time to get it down and read it. Though I have to say, I loved it.
Preorder note 7 is the seventh book in the Pre Order series, and it contains a lot of the same ideas from the other books. This one is actually set in the same universe as Preorder note 6, and is probably my favorite of the series. The book starts out with the title’s narrator, J.B. Mackey, sitting in his family’s kitchen, and the first thing he does is make a joke about the family’s relationship with food.
I’ve only just started the series, so I’m not sure if Preorder note 7 is too old or if the story is just a little out of place in the universe, but I still think this book is worth the read. It’s not particularly heavy on the action, and the characters seem to be developing nicely, so I’d say this is definitely worth the price of admission.
The series is out now, so if you didn’t already have the book, then I highly recommend preorder it.