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You get a showcase with your best artworks, and an interview/artist statement.

Also, links to your blog and social media platforms will be included in the promotional post.

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Advertise with irevuo. One week " sticky" post: a showcase of your visual art, or an interview with you about your art. A review of your self-published book. The article will be kept at the top of the website for an entire week. Social media links will be provided, or links to Amazon.com pages, blogs, or any webpages of the client's choosing.

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Haters Will Say…

It’s Photoshop.

But it’s not.

It’s really not.

It’s just some customers who were more than glad to send me photos of them wearing irevuo‘s designs.

See?

Anyway, this thing got me thinking. Haters. If you don’t have them, you are doing something wrong. As they say, even Jesus had his fair share of haters. It means you stood up for something.

No, really, these were all sent by happy customers. No Photoshop.

New designs are available on the store. Check them out here.

TMM: Visual Inspiration

Tonight’s muse comes with a picture. Just one, and that’s all you get. Oh, and a question:

Isn’t it true that the best of stories always seem to be closer to reality than they are to fiction?

They transfigure their medium, becoming something else, much more valuable than words on paper, sentences glued together.

The best of stories are always more… more than all their components put together, more than just storytelling or mastery of the word. The best of stories are closer to revealing who we are than anything else we’ll ever create.

TMM

Four Dystopian Novels That Are Eerily Close to Becoming True

Dystopia literally means “not-good place” and is a term used to describe a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. Dystopian novels were all the rage back when during the Cold War, possibly as a way to warn people of the perils of such a totalitarian regime as the Communist one. As a fictional genre, dystopias have the uncanny characteristic of painting a rather hopeless future for society.

Here are four dystopian novels that are eerily close to becoming true: Continue reading Four Dystopian Novels That Are Eerily Close to Becoming True

How Do You Overcome The Dreaded Writer’s Block?

SPOILER ALERT: You can’t. I’m serious. You can’t overcome writer’s block, no matter what others tell you.

Odds are that your case of writer’s block is unique — this virus is constantly mutating, depending on its host. Continue reading How Do You Overcome The Dreaded Writer’s Block?

A Step-By-Step Guide to Writing a Novel

How do you write a novel? It’s all about taking a few steps…

Thinking about writing a novel? Don’t know where to start? How? When? Well, to paraphrase Ernest Hemingway, writing is not that hard… all you have to do is take a seat at a desk and bleed your soul out through your fingers.

Yeah, I’m just being dramatic right now. Writing a novel is all about that first step. To feel this burning desire to write, and to listen to it, and to never hold back. Writing that novel is not something you will get to one day. It is something you have to do.

Here are some “steps” on how to write a novel. Please keep in mind that we’re all different, and every great writer has their own process. These should be used as a guideline to help develop your own.

Continue reading A Step-By-Step Guide to Writing a Novel

Showcase: Peter Paul Rubens

Peter Paul Rubens. Considered the most influential artist of Flemish Baroque tradition. His highly charged compositions reference erudite aspects of classical and Christian history. His unique and immensely popular Baroque style emphasized movement, color, and sensuality, which followed the immediate, dramatic artistic style promoted in the Counter-Reformation. Rubens specialized in making altarpieces, portraits, landscapes, and history paintings of mythological and allegorical subjects. Continue reading Showcase: Peter Paul Rubens