Pigeon Picasso had a bird’s purpose
to whitewash and paint San Francisco;
the one that was, was growing drab
with gray cement and dirty halo.
So, he took to eating raspberry jam
and splatter-dabbed rich ruby reds;
even the statues regained some luster
as Pigeon Picasso wrought brighter heads. Continue reading
Each month brings a guest to our door. Nature is full of surprises each and every month of the year.
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Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®
The Value of Editing Cannot Be Discounted
You have just spent a considerable amount of time writing a book with a lot invested in it on an emotional and creative level. You have labored over each word and paragraph to create a work of art. You think and feel it is perfect. You are adamant and passionate about it. Continue reading
Robert Lawrason of Kenaf Partners USA (Onaway, Michigan) has partnered with QuickTurtle Books® and QuickTurtle New World Advertising (Fairview, Michigan) to create a Kenaf children’s book to help promote the environmentally friendly and economically sound Kenaf plant. Continue reading
Excerpt from our new children’s book in partnership with Kenaf Partners USA. Continue reading
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It is on occasion, after a day of drenching rain, they come out to play. Rain is music to their earthly souls, a primitive reminder of the percussion of sex, the need to partner-up and get down to some serious love making in the wet grass and dirt as lightning bugs and stars ramp up to flicker.
In the Amish Country, night crawlers are not neighborhood hoodlums. They don’t hang around on street-corners at two o’clock in the morning smoking pot. They aren’t out dealing Meth or accosting senior citizens for some meager amount of cash to buy a hit of crack cocaine. Continue reading
Tawas Point Lighthouse
On September first we laid over with the Monarch butterflies on the shores of Lake Huron for a book signing event next to the Tawas Point Lighthouse. When we arrived the weather was warm with a hazy sun and light winds. Continue reading