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I Like To Propose A Toast

by dimensionaltales

With only a few days before the release of the first short story from this project, there is one more thing I want to do. I would to like to provide thanks to a few people that has helped me with staying focused and calmed during this project.

First and foremost, I would like to thank Martin S.

Martin S. is a world class photographer who has been a winner of numerous competitions and completed million more. We met in the funniest of circumstances and instantly became friends. He served as not only as my photography expert but also as a confidant. This gentleman is a professional that cares for me and actively works to made sure that I remained levelheaded and wise about my time and money.

I suggest checking him out on Twitter and Instagram.

Another person I want to thank is Steve Cherkassky.

I can’t tell you how grateful for this gent. If you remember from my earlier post, he is a gifted musician with great music released. See, he’s also a poet and wanted to gain exposure as an editor. He and I, both, wanted to him involved in this project. So, when he told that he wanted experience as an editor, we thought it was the best way make his debut. He didn’t disappoint, either.

I suggest following him:

Of course, I want to give a special thanks to my brothers and friends who pushed and supported me. I would especially like to thank the graphic designers and models who worked their tail off to bring my vision to tell. I’m forever honored by everybody’s dedication. People that being a writer – or an artist, in general – is a supposed to be a lonely life. Yes, I thought that, too. But I’ve always been reminded that I’m never alone. Nor am I going to be ever be alone. It’s a consistently wonderful feeling.

Now, please, don’t forget to follow me on my social media platforms (TwitterInstagram, and Goodreads) which are on the right side of my web page. Also, I do love hearing suggestions of what books to read outside of my norm (Science fiction and Fantasy) as I am a part of the Goodreads’ reading challenge for 2020. My goal is to read 119 books this year and I’ve completed that goal. However, I’m far from done with the challenge and I probably end up reading 120 before the year is out.

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