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Natalie Alastair doesn't have any real problems. She has a stable technical career, a supportive social life, two cats and a childhood dream of becoming a professional artist. Unfortunately, she's been chasing her dream so hard for so long that she's burning out completely. Now, on the verge of giving up, Natalie must look to her closest creative friends to discover why art is too important to abandon.

168 pages, Hardcover

First published March 1, 2014

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Jeremy Kayes

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March 22, 2021
A great graphic novel by an Seattle indie artist, in the indie artist scene, purchased at an independent Seattle bookstore.
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July 8, 2015
A fun, honest read with both weighty and lighthearted moments.

Sure to provoke much self-reflection and reminiscing in any creative person who's had ups and downs.

High-quality print and binding.
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July 15, 2015
If You Don’t read the best book for indies Now, You’ll Hate Yourself Later. The Indies does an OUTSTANDING job explaining the journey of chasing your dream. If you're an artist... writer... MAKER, READ-THIS-BOOK. There's no feeling like being understood.
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