Recognize value in your environment – BE A TELEIDOSCOPE

We hear about kaleidoscopes and the beauty from within. A circle of mirrors containing loose, colored objects such as beads or pebbles and bits of glass. As the viewer looks into one end, light entering the other end creates a colorful pattern due to the reflection off the mirrors. Teleidoscopes bring beauty from outside the piece of equipment. They have no end piece containing color, only a clear lens, which turns everything it is pointed toward into a kaleidoscopic image.

Many believe the teleidoscope is the purest form of a kaleidoscope because the view is not limited by the objects contained within. Rather, the whole world becomes the kaleidoscope. It has been said the ultimate value of the teleidoscope is the potential each viewer has to see the artistic value in his own environment.

10 Day Book Club maintains a clear lens, which allows writers and readers to show their true colors.  We offer facets or resources, which include education on social networking, tools for manuscript development and creating paid opportunities for readers. There are four social networking training sessions coming up January 16 – 18. Anyone can register through this web link. Prices range from $10 for a one-hour-long basic overview to $39 detailed trainings on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

Come into view with your true colors. Come near to us and learn more. You will see we are transparent. 10 Day Book Club thrives on helping others. The beauty is shaping our image through the purity of the people surrounding us. Is that you?

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About 3day Editing Groups

A writer submits three chapters, up to 35 pages, of a manuscript into a group with editors for three days at no cost. The editors assess the writer's work and give their feedback in an interactive online format. There is a ten day option available where a writer participates with one editor in an interactive online format.
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