Monthly Archives: July 2007

Circle Art

Ted is really going to town this year. I’m really looking forward to the new Circle series novels (set between Black and Red in the original trilogy), as well as the Blink of an Eye movie. Haven’t read any of the Showdown series…those are next. The graphic novels will be fun to study, too. But, as an artist, I was really excited when I noticed the new covers for the Circle trilogy and Circle Series at Amazon (Click here for the full list). Stink, now I want to sell what I’ve got to get the new covers…

Nice work. Look forward to seeing more.

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Celebrate the Freedom

Hope you’re having a fantastic fourth of july. Today we again celebrate the things that make our country great, the ideals of freedom. The things that make people desperate to find new life here, free from the tyranny and hardships found so much of the world. If you find yourself frequently ticked off by the small things in life—the guy on the interstate riding your bumper, the “slow” service at a fast food joint, not having the cash to get the shiny new iPhone you want, just remember how incredibly rich you are to live in this country. Even if you’re in the lowest tax bracket, you still have way more than most of the world. So stop to remember what you have to be thankful for…the freedom and opportunity of America.

Remember the things that really make our country great. Remember the soldiers who have given their lives for the fellow man. Don’t listen to the angry, hateful liberal left who wants to make government big and the masses dependent on handouts and new programs. Let’s return to a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. One nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

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