2017 – Ringing in the New Year!

PrintWith the advent of a new year, sensibilities rise to the forefront of our mind. Perhaps more than a birthday, the new year sings its own reverie to get our ducks in a row, to begin again to tow the mark, bids us to turn the page and start anew. Yes, the new year taunts us to envision the horizon and see the future by improving our focus. The festivities are over – winter is settling in and she proves to be a preponderance of resolution our inner being innately underscores in its need for reparation toward the achievement of our newest creative seeds and their triumphant emergence in the springtime for summer’s consumption and fall’s exuberance.

As a fledgling entrepreneur / small business connoisseur, having experienced equally great successes and failures, it is time to embrace the season and refresh business acumen, ideologies and direction. It is time to take successes into the future, and to comprehend lessons-learned from entrepreneurial failures of the past, in order to benefit clients, customers, readers and authors universally in our future.

In order to enact benefits, change is required. So, throughout the month of January 2017, change is the plan of the hour. And, will be introduced as the month progresses to enrich government and commercial clients and customers, as well as literary and non-fiction readers and authors.

Both dpInk Company Ltd. and DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. wish each of you happiness, prosperity, and health throughout 2017!

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A Bump in the Night

Girls, Guns & Zombies!

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A Bump in the Night (2015) is a short horror film written and directed by Joshua Leonard for Blue Boy. Starring Nicole Santorella, Maggie Mulligan, Justin Petty, and Grey Erin Renee.

Some things go ‘bump in the night.’ Don’t turn off the light. Don’t fall asleep. There are things waiting to give you a fright…

Not rated. 3:32 run time. Watch the film here …

My thoughts… A Bump in the Night is a pretty good short horror film. The ghosts are definitely creepy, especially the “nice” one! Oh, and the mother is beautiful! She is played by the very lovely Nicole Santorella.

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An old acquaintance.

Loved this! Reminds me of a creature I awoke to find one day hovering just beyond the foot of my bed. About six feet in length, it had the head and body of an octopus below which spider legs at least four feet in length themselves hung looking like black steel cylinders sharpened at the tips. The legs twitched ever so slightly several times just to let me know the thing was alive. Gratefully however, and I'm sure with an audible sigh of my own, the Cryptozoic visitor next just slowly disappeared, waiting again I guess for my next nap, or for all I knew, following me around the rest of the day. Because after a quick glimpse out the second story window next to the same, aforementioned bed, I saw dozens of the same things racing almost grid-like just above the heads of all the urbanites doing their days to and fro in the city view my condo at the time afforded me. I soon joined their ranks and admittedly glanced apprehensively over my shoulder and up for at least the first half hour or so.

Loved this! Reminds me of a creature I awoke to find one day hovering just beyond the foot of my bed. About six feet in length, it had the head and body of an octopus below which spider legs at least four feet in length themselves hung looking like black steel cylinders sharpened at the tips. The legs twitched ever so slightly several times just to let me know the thing was alive. Gratefully however, and I’m sure with an audible sigh of my own, the Cryptozoic visitor next just slowly disappeared, waiting again I guess for my next nap, or for all I knew, following me around the rest of the day. Because after a quick glimpse out the second story window next to the same, aforementioned bed, I saw dozens of the same things racing almost grid-like just above the heads of all the urbanites doing their days to and fro in the city view my condo at the time afforded me. I soon joined their ranks and admittedly glanced apprehensively over my shoulder and up for at least the first half hour or so.

I've hired a new editor.  Things should go more smoothly now. I think she will be a real boon to our writing team.  Her work schedule, of course, is unpredictable. but she works practically for peanuts, or actually, for the kitty treats she keeps nearby.

I’ve hired a new editor. Things should go more smoothly now. I think she will be a real boon to our writing team. Her work schedule, of course, is unpredictable. but she works practically for peanuts, or actually, for the kitty treats she keeps nearby.