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Hi, Kent! The quotes in my book have been compiled over years of reading and researching. I am kind of addicted to quotes and I have multiple files where I save them. Quotes for this, quotes for that... So that when I am trying to remember them, I just pull up my word docs with quotes saved. I also use "good reads" to verify the source or cross-reference. Especially if it is something I wrote down a while ago, I'll double, triple, quadruple check it online to make certain I've got it the most accurate way possible.
By the way, Court: thanks for making your book available recently. It's very good. You have a ton of great quotes included in the text. Did you compile those over the years, or were there a few sources that were most helpful in finding those?
Thanks Court - I have thought of a few things but my mind is honestly not coming up with a whole lot yet! But I haven't done a ton of research on it up to this point.
Awesome, Deby! let me know your thoughts!
Kent, I am really thinking hard on this one...I'm not certain, but looking for resources.
Hey friends it's exciting to see so much great activity happening here! I have a quick question for everyone. I am working publishing some public domain material, and would like to put together a book of classic works on creativity and art. I am honestly having a hard time coming up with very many ideas. Are there any "classic" works (pre-1927) that you would consider relevant to artists and creative leaders today? Anything that has had an influence on you personally?
Court, your book is so beautiful to look at! I just downloaded it and am looking forward to reading it. Thank you!
Debra, so happy to see you here. I'm thrilled to know that you'll be painting in Leiper's Fork. I live just down the way from there, so let me know when and I'll come see you! Sounds like you've been through some major setbacks, but God's ways are certainly not ours. Sometimes we simply have to just do life for a season. But the good news is that seasons change . . . and Spring is here! Keep us posted on your progress. BTW - I love Jen!
Ellen, hello and welcome to the forum. I want to find out more about what you're doing. I'll check your website. Thanks for sharing this with us!
Roy, great to see your face on this forum again! It's been awhile! We love it when you show up!
Fabulous Court- thank you so much! Downloaded successfully. Oh the joys and stresses of technology- thanks for sharing your generosity, not just your book, but the experience of tech issues that came up! I hope the rest of your weekend is lovely.
Eileen, congratulations on your new endeavor and thank you for inviting us to explore your website.
Alrighty! This is it!
I realized the other service I use to host my ebook wouldn't honor codes redeeming the book for free! That is why it wasn't working....
So, here it is! Click here to retrieve your free copy of Art Nurture: The Simple Gu...
That should work just fine : )
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