Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Sashay Magazine is Launched

Sashay Magazine is launched. The website is www.sashaymagazine.com. Yes, it was a dream; a dream come true.

We hope you will visit as we plan to expand and bring Inkwell Alley to a new level. We want you to be a part, and look forward to developing a rapport. These days, trials and tribulations, stress and even the unknown, make us think that we cannot prosper or move forward with a dream. You can do it. Remember, it's not who you are but what you can become! So I hope you'll visit us at sashay magazine. Let us know if you have any story ideas. We are also looking for people interested in writing. Our main goal is to build relationships, help others to achieve their goals, and to support and promote your dream.

If you have any questions, email me at audrey@sashaymagazine.com

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Two cubicle neighbors with pizzazz and their own personal, but highly similar, set of of innate complexities find refuge in this alley of creative musings. So pull up a chair, join in, as we--artist and writer--share our spin on the world, art, literary pursuits and the seemingly miniscule, daily occurrences that become larger than life.

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