#Interview with author of “Victorine” 19th century artist and model

I had the pleasure of discussing the soon-to-be released (17 Mar) book Victorine, with its author, Drema Drudge. In this interview published in LitWorldInterviews, Drema provides insights into the life of a female artist in 19th century Paris. Victorine Meurent was Édouard Manet’s self-professed favorite model, and an artist in her own right, with paintings … Continue reading #Interview with author of “Victorine” 19th century artist and model

A perspective – there is no normal

Door 4

On a door in a house... Close up of some of the quotes: So, what's your initial reaction to the quotes? Stop and then, what do you think of the messages? What impression does the person who stuck these on the wall leave with you? Wishing you good fun and joy, - FlorenceT   © … Continue reading A perspective – there is no normal

Not apologising for being me

I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence. Frederick Douglass   How great it is to LOVE YOURSELF ...to no longer be afraid to show the world who you really are, ...to own up to … Continue reading Not apologising for being me