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Friday, September 12, 2008


Excuse me for shouting. The two-year odyssey is finally ended. Confident Color will soon be on bookstore shelves and available online at Amazon.com and other stores. I guess I can call my book officially published now.



Anonymous Anonymous said...


I got this feature on a Dayton, Ohio artist, educator, author, wife, mother, grandmother, and one heck of a "Grand Lady" - up on the pageboards of the 2008-09 Fall/Winter Art-to-Art Palette print journal edition, and I might add - she shor' is a "mountain climber" and a very nice read.

But then there is also Tom Lynch of Naperville, Illinois, Marge Brandt, Wapakoneta, Ohio, Ron McCorkle, Indianapolis region, Betsy Cox of West Virginia, and one extraordinary Potter's Shed Section spanning nearly 50 pages, and throughout all its Sections - astring of articles for all tastebuds in the Arts and Educational communities.

SO PLEASE HOLD OFF UNTIL THE PALETTE HAS WENT TO PRESS - I don't want update the feature on you.

Hugs of glee for ye,

9:11 PM  
Blogger prairieknitter01 said...

Hello! Just ordered your book on Amazon - they have it as a pre-order, but it looks like a great book and I can hardly wait to see it!


3:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hurray, my pre-order should arrive soon! I have several of your books and think they are fantastic. The New Creative Artist is one of my absolute favorites: I've given it as gifts! Thank you for continuing to share your superb teaching skills through the written (and illustrated) word.

12:32 PM  
Blogger Hap said...

Can't wait to read your new book. I'm on my way to Amazon.com now to purchase a copy. If it's as good as the last one, I'm in for another treat! Thanks for all your efforts in writing and living such an amazing life for us artist's to follow and be inspired. Joan Crawford Barnes

4:27 PM  
Blogger Ruth Steinfatt said...

Congratulations Nita..it looked like a winner :)

11:20 AM  
Blogger Nita said...

Thanks for all your great comments. I hope the books get on their way soon. Things got delayed a bit by the storm, I think. Shouldn't be much longer, though.

9:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THE 2008-09 FALL/WINTER ART-TO-ART PALETTE and its new publication: ART-TO-ART MARKETPLACE GUIDE which becomes a special supplement to HAS CLOSED! Press and distribution to follow over the next 10 days, and borrowing a line from one extraordinary 'Mountain Climber' who is the star feature in the Paint Box Section - "excuse me for shouting."

12:49 AM  

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