The Indie Spotlight : “The Old American Artist, a Love Story”

The Old American Artist, a Love Story

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Pictured, “The Old American Artist, a Love Story”

A romance and an artist’s story, how could it not be a love story? 😉

We all love a story that shows how a loving pair, meeting obstacles in life, overcome that challenge, and resolve to love each other.  But what happens during the “lived happily ever after” part?  What are the details, what might the process be, achieving and living that post-crisis life?

This arc, from boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy regains girl, morphs, in this first of three books, in the trilogy, Triptych, into that fuller story of life, and love.


“a beginner’s view: the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a body of thought that works toward integrating various topics, yoga, fitness, and the arts – it’s a process…”

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The Old American Artist, a Love Story


my first fiction work since 1981 –

my first of three novellas in my trilogy, “Triptych” –

“The Old American Artist, a Love Story,” featured by “The Indie Spotlight” whose motto is :


The Indie Spotlight – Where the Independent Author Shines


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The Old American Artist, a Love Story

Original Art Work for Cover, “San Antonio Riverwalk” by Felipe Adan Lerma


“the old american artist, a love story” on The Indie Spotlight

though i’ve recently completed a series of posts detailing differing aspect of creating “The Old American Artist, a Love Story,” the detailed questions requested by The Indie Spotlight, presents another look at the creative process and story

i am pleased and honored to be able to delve into the questions of “how” and “why” in the open-ended, yet guided manner, provided by greg at this site for indie writers

if you have the chance, please hop over and take a look, then let me know if you chose to read this new work

the second book in the trilogy, “Triptych,” is already underway and progressing interestingly, as it mirrors the point-of-view of the title, “Rosetta” 😉

2 Shorts, a Poem, & a Sampler (fiction)samples of my earlier fiction and poetry work, in the 1981, is available free at participating outlets; hopefully more online sellers will soon feature it free soon

thank you so much for considering my work, i hope you not only enjoy it, but feel encouraged to explore your own creative potentials, in all the fields you feel most attracted to

it’s a process, and “usually” fun 😉


The Indie Spotlight Submission Requirements

on the submissions page, a link is provided to download the questionnaire, and this info is provided :

Attention Independent/Self Published Authors!

If you would like to be featured in The Indie Spotlight, then we want you! Just fill out our questionnaire (see below), email it to us, and we”ll post it, promote it, and hopefully get you a little more exposure to the growing audience hungry for fresh, new content. This blog will be syndicated all over the Internet, and distributed through Amazon Kindle.

it’s particularly interesting to see the variety of indie ebooks featured, mysteries, fantasy, horror, drama, and culture


namaste – con dios – god be with you


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About Felipe Adan Lerma

A beginner's view : integrating interests in yoga, fitness, and the arts - work in fiction, poetry, and images.
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5 Responses to The Indie Spotlight : “The Old American Artist, a Love Story”

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  4. brian miller says:

    nice…i will jump over and see what you have to say because i would love to know a bit more of the nuts & bolts….happy monday to you….smiles.


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