Archive for July, 2013

Interview – TexasEagle Talks


My interview at Texas Eagle Talks is now available to read 🙂

http://texaseagletalks.blogspot.com/2013/07/with-little-help-from-my-friends-no-3.html

I would be thrilled if you all could pop over and read it, and maybe leave a comment or two.

Thanks!

Cindy

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Abandonment Issues – New Book!


Hey Gang! I wanted to take the time to bring your attention to a new book out by a fantastic, talented artist named Cheryl McDonald, who lives in Ridgecrest, California. The book, called Abandonment Issues, is now available through Blurb. To have a look, and hopefully purchase this superb book full of artistic photography of California’s desert ghost towns, please click here.

You can also visit Cheryl’s website at Cheryl McDonald Creative.

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