The journey of Inspiration Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jessie Martinovic 23 responses to The journey of Inspiration Marissa Bergen April 17, 2016 Does it cost that much to respect your elders these days? Jessie Martinovic – Author April 17, 2016 Depending on earlier treatment of them, I suppose. Heartafire April 17, 2016 Very beautiful! Jessie Martinovic – Author April 17, 2016 Thanks heartafire. I knew the final word document, screen print would be a magnificent piece of art 🙂 mikesteeden April 17, 2016 Cocktail of conceptual photography? You have me perplexed with this one Jessie…I mean I like what I see but don’t know what I’m seeing. Jessie Martinovic – Author April 17, 2016 I guess just a sequence of moments , edited in a moment, the whole – one thing leads to another – type thing -plus a bit of funny Sometimes being lost in like without know is nice too though , would you agree? mikesteeden April 17, 2016 I think I would agree…indeed that last sentence of yours captures the mood of this book thing I’m writing presently…yes…’me thinking a bit more’…yes, it does capture the mood. Thanks for that, you’ve just sparked an idea! Jessie Martinovic – Author April 17, 2016 glorious. How is the book going? mikesteeden April 18, 2016 The book is going just about OK thanks. Hellish difficult to have to in part the cut down on the surreal to keep more or less to a storyline. Also, writing in the first person and in his present time as he speaks to the reader from the book of his life and times is hard. More so that he is nothing like me yet I have to get into character and be him when penning the words. My hat off to proper authors…it’s not easy. Jessie Martinovic – Author April 18, 2016 great, it must be an important tale to be told, by the looks of your dedication. Hats off all round, your very write! Excuse the morning puns and keep on keepin on mikesteeden April 19, 2016 Wish it was important…my rambling insanity really. Jessie Martinovic – Author April 20, 2016 I am sure it’s much more than rambling insanity , looking forward to reading it actually 🙂 mikesteeden April 21, 2016 It will be a long time before it is finished…not just because it takes me an age to do these things, more that I keep changing things within it! When done you will be welcome to a signed copy – indeed I have a new poetry book out soon and given you purchased a Kindle edition (my first customer in that regard) of the previous book, I shall sign and let you have paperback new one! Jessie Martinovic – Author April 21, 2016 Long time projects are always lovely to wake up to though. Was I really the first? Haha awesome, do you have cursive handwriting , as I imagined ? mikesteeden April 21, 2016 My handwriting is shameful…can’t even read the shopping list I’ve written most times. I am left-handed and as such never get to see what I have just written because my hand covers it! Jessie Martinovic – Author April 21, 2016 You could never write sufficiently on a blackboard with chalk then. Hilarious, yes so is mine, unless I consciously say ‘write neat Jessie’. mikesteeden April 22, 2016 Sadly I can’t do neat either; can’t draw for toffee; still struggle with shoelaces also. Jessie Martinovic – Author April 22, 2016 At least you don’t say ‘can only draw stick figures’, you would end up on my tally (i am yet to start) of people completely contradicting themselves point blank. mikesteeden April 23, 2016 I even failed (comprehensively I might add) the compulsory GCE Art exam when I was 16 years. Not many achieve such accolade! Jessie Martinovic – Author April 24, 2016 What’s GCE stand for? I think you are very creative , art is everything anyway ! mikesteeden April 24, 2016 General Certificate of Education. By the way I should get the sound on my PC fixed today as my son has agreed to afford me a few minutes of his time! I can listen to your piano then. Jessie Martinovic – Author April 25, 2016 Oh ok, great and great. Hopefully you enjoy the tinker Stephen L. Tyler April 17, 2016 interesting… Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.