The Crossroads of the Aether
Suzanne Dome, Author has not received any gifts yet
"Princess of Cultural Protocol"
Status and degree are made-up things. Everyone has a niche to fill, and you could be multi-talented or have just one thing you can do well--do that thing or those things so well that you MORE than fill your niche, you blow everyone who condemns your smallness or largeness out of the proverbial waters.----thoughts from the balcony overlooking Top Sail Beach.
Deviant Art: http://xiveramadu.deviantart.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/xiverasmokeyrosemont (has my face and Suzanne Dome as progile)
The Steampunk site: http://www.thesteampunkempire.com/profile/SmokeyRosemont
My personal page: www.emptyspace.us
My youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBdhv-_J3JJEn5MlVvIuDPA
My books are available at Amazon and Createspace, and several book stores: Books & More in Topeka, KS; Bookends and Bluebird Books on Main and Hastings bookstore of Hutchinson, KS.
Writer, crafter, seamstress, artist, traveler, mystic and someone who knows where her towel is.
Here are the newly-redone covers:
Here is cover of book one, available on Amazon:
Here is the proposed cover of book 2, Second Signal, soon to be available on Amazon and Createspace:
And here is the cover for book 3: It had to be ripped from Amazon (hence the blue corner) because it is not my original image, only the central part with the TV snow. In the case of the third book, the template worked out better for me than a full photograph.
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