Monday, April 16, 2018

Happy 5th Anniversary, Vision and Verse!

Today is Vision and Verse's Fifth Anniversary! I can't believe it's been that long. It has been a pleasure bringing you, our readers, the best and most exciting new artists and authors out there, as well as the older, established ones.And we always love to revisit the classics.

When Texas collage artist Parker Kaufman and I started this blog five years old, we were told the second-worst subject for a blog was authors. The worst was art. But we didn't let that deter us. We had an image of what we wanted V&V to be. A no-frills, plain, simple column about creativity. Seeing it. Interesting it. Awakening it in ourselves.  

One of my favorite sections is the Wednesday Interview.  Learning what makes these remarkable authors and artists tick, what they eat, drink, read, and what makes them laugh gives us insight into their  creative processes and how, maybe, we might learn a thing or two about our own journey to creativity.  And I've met some fascinating people along the way!

Thank you for showing up every day to see what's happening here.

Here's a post from my first day five years ago:
April 15, 2013

      Hi!  I am the Verse side of VISION &VERSE.  My name is Carol Ann Kauffman. I’m an e-book author whose work is available on for the kindle. My novels have been classified as romance, paranormal romance, fantasy, science fiction, super-natural, mature romance, and adventure.  I prefer to think of my work as    stories of life, love, loss, and that bit of lunacy that tugs and pulls at our heartstrings, making sense out of nonsense, and vice versa.  They are stories of true love. 
     My first series, TIME AFTER TIME, follows a pair of quintessential lovers, Richard and Nicole, through their lives together, in different places, in different times, 
with different names, and sometimes on different planets.  This follows the alternative theory that the relationships we forge in this lifetime, both the good and the bad, are continued into the future, and are rooted in our past. Whatever we do, whomever we love, and the good and evil deeds we do today follow us into the future. Unsettled 
issues will present themselves again and again, until they are ultimately resolved. Those people who have had a profound effect on us in this lifetime will find us again 
in the future.
     Although the novels are numbered, they can be read in any order.  But if you begin with “BLUE LAKE, Book One,” I think you’ll get a better feel for the two main 


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