a good word revolution

From our vantage point, one positive word can make all the difference in the world. One positive view possesses the power to transform. It is our forever hope that among the thousands of words we illuminate, one will resonate and shift the vantage point of the receiver to a view of the world that vaporizes for at least a brief moment any and all negative emotion they ever could have visualized. l o V e!

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Thursday, April 28, 2011

a n g e l a d r e a

MANY GENRES, ONE CRAFT -------- Lessons in Writing Popular Fiction: MGOC Contributor: Adrea L. Peters: "ADREA L. PETERS photo by Moss Media 2007 EXCERPT from 'Making Revising Work for You, Not Against You' by Adrea L. Peters in Many Genres..."

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

i n s t a n t

To imagine more. Our tag line. To us, it says it all. The power of conjuring your own image is extraordinary. We are asking you to picture less so that you may imagine more. Not only is it a superior educational tool that grows one’s ability to think and form lasting knowledge, it builds self-esteem. Isn’t it gratifying to create images based on the feelings and sensations within yourself? Wow. That’s all we can say. Wow. More please. Much much more.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

SEABURY READS: Letter by Letter P i c t u r e l e s s Books is Ho...

SEABURY READS: Letter by Letter P i c t u r e l e s s Books is Ho...: "P i c t u r e l e s s books -- what a fascinating concept! Here's how it all began, what it is, and where it's going, by guest blogger, alp..."

h u m a n i t y

Helping people has been the primary intent of p i c t u r e l e s s books since Teffanie envisioned it years ago. We will donate part of our profits. We will give away books. We will give our time and energy to charities and people and organizations we believe in. We are partnering with others to create alphabets and projects that will further their causes and passions. It is our hope that we help. And so we will.

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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

g e l a t o

Greensburg, Pennsylvania brought the co-creators together in graduate school where Adrea and Teffanie completed Seton Hill University’s Writing Popular Fiction program. They gallivanted between scheduled classes in search of writing solitude. One such chance occasion, they gravitated to the same gorgeous quiet place where the seeds of their great partnership took root.