From top to bottom: "Mare Island Hoop Dance, California","Sage Grouse Flame Spirals, Utah", "Hawk Over Coalmine, Arizona", "Joy Spot Rock, Coalmine Canyon, Arizona", "The Ghost In The Distance, Coalmine Canyon, Arizona", "Kingman Wash Bridge, Arizona/Nevada State Line", "Abandoned Condos Behind The Venetian, Las Vegas, Nevada", "Nothing, Arizona". All images (c) 2014 Stu Jenks.
And feel free to message me on the StuBlog or on Facebook with your favorites. Not all images you'll see up here, in the coming weeks, will be in the show. Not by a long short. Financial limitations (framing, printing, etc) and space concerns (Wee Gallery is a wee little place) will dictate what's in the show. So if you like something, tell me. It will influence what I print and frame.
Please give as you can. I really need your help this time.
The book is done. I just need the money to design it, print it and distribute it.
And there are gifts and rewards with each donation that will be mailed out promptly to you.
Thanks for whatever you can contribute. I know times are tough, but I believe you will enjoy reading book two of my Step Zero series. It's better than the first book, if I do say so myself.
"It better be," says the angel ghost off to my left. "You don't write everyday to get worse at it, do you?"
No. I don't.
Love, light and luck,
P.S. Update from 4/26/2014: I've raised over $800 as of this morning. Thanks so much. And since I've past a minimum amount, I will receive all the money given to pubslush.com. Fantastic. And the book will be published even if I have to put it on my credit card. I just don't want to do that obviously. Thanks again for giving and have a great week.
From top to bottom: "Nannie's mirror in a hundred-year-old Cottonwood tree, Empire Ranch, Arizona", "Nannie's mirror in a dead Live Oak tree, Santa Rita Mountains, Arizona", "Nannie's mirror near Mt. Tom, California", "Nannie's Mirror at Sgt. Atwood's grave, San Francisco National Cemetery, California", "Nannie's Mirror north of the Mustang Mountains, Arizona", and "Purple Magnolia, Telegraph Hill, San Francisco, California". All images copywrited 2014 Stu Jenks and Fezziwig Press.