El Problema de Jugar a ser Cupido by Tamara Philip in ALL Spanish Editions

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El Problema de Jugar a ser Cupido

Libro 1 de la serie Cupido

by Tamara Philip

Ya está disponible en todas las ediciones españolas!

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Una Nochevieja, la tímida cantante December Brown, le manda borracha un mensaje de texto su colega y presentador de un programa de entrevistas, Trace Randall sobre su enamoramiento de hace tiempo por el distante actor, Tom Elmswood. Pensando que los dos famosos harían una bonita pareja, imprudentemente decide jugar a ser un casamentero…delante de un público en vivo. ¿Conectarán con el amor estos dos corazones solitarios o la flecha de cupido ha errado el tiro?

REVIEWS (English Edition)

Despite having placed the book down due to being busy, as soon as I picked it up again, I had no problem being wrapped back up into the story. The characters are able to be connected with and each have their own quirks that give them life. The tone of the book is so casual that it feels as if you’re right in the thicket of the story’s environment. Additionally, the tone complements the characters very well as it emphasizes the thoughts of each of them that makes their situations feel real. Anytime a book can make me use my imagination to paint the picture, it’s doing a darn good job….  Kelsey

Who doesn’t like a gritty love story. The romance plays out to be true to imagination with a real flare for an intimate setting and flawless character portrayals, the character ‘Trace’, being my favorite. The authors writing style sucks you in to the pages and I found I couldn’t put it down.

I was actually late for an appointment yesterday as I was so engrossed reading this book on the train that I missed my stop lol. I hope Tamara brings a lot more romance to our lives, and I will definitely be watching out for more books to come by this talented new author….  Pennie Mae Cartawick,  Author of the Sherlock Holmes book series

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Carmen Cayuela Riquel

Tengo 26 años, soy de Sevilla (España). He estudiado Grado en Estudios Ingleses y también he hecho el Máster de Traducción e Interculturalidad. Me apasiona traducir y espero poder dedicarme a ello en un futuro. Entre mis aficiones se encuentra sobre todo la lectura, el cine y las series americanas. También me encanta mucho viajar y conocer mundo.

I´m 26 years old, I´m from Seville (Spain). I´ve studied Grado en Estudios Ingleses and a Máster de Traducción e Intercullturalidad. I love translating and I hope, in a future, to work as a translator. My hobbies are, above all, books, cinema and the American series. I also love travelling and to know the world.

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A Taste of… Tamara Philip

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The Trouble with Playing Cupid and The Trouble with Romance

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Outstanding Debut Author in Interracial Romance 2015

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After spending most of her life in New York City, Tamara Philip decided to let love lead her on an international adventure, where she’s met many amazing people and ate entirely too much. Tamara and her English-born Husband, Chris, now split their time between the United Kingdom and Trinidad and Tobago.

Writing has been her secret passion since childhood. Quirky female leads are her trademark.

On any given day you can find Tamara telling people what to do, dodging adulthood, and working hard on her next novel.


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No Turning Back, Book 3 The Liliana Series, by Neva Squires-Rodriguez Now in Print and All Ebook Editions!

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Book 3 of the Liliana series

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Book 3 of the Liliana series

by Neva Squires-Rodriguez


For Liliana, the devastating secret she learns pushes her to search for answers from her father, El Jefe. He is one of the most hated men in South America and eventually, Liliana sees him for the person who he really is.

Fleeing her father’s extreme lifestyle, she soon runs back into the arms of her husband, Antonio Valencia, Jr., and in spite of the rocky road in their past, Liliana is able to forgive Antonio and move forward, enabling her to take the bold steps necessary to reclaim her life.

Despite everything that she’s been through, nothing can prepare her for the tragedy that will come of her relationship with her father… or the priceless opportunity that will come from it, in this third book of the Liliana series.


Liliana is my hero!

reviewed by Morgan Felter

This review is from a gifted ebook reviewer copy.

“Liliana has come such a long way through the series, and with each book, her growth and maturity amazes! This is an author to watch, and I am excited to see the next story from Neva Squires-Rodriguez.”

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The Trouble with Playing Cupid by Tamara Philip Now in Audiobook, Too!

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The Trouble with Playing Cupid

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The Trouble with Playing Cupid by Tamara Philip

One New Year’s Eve, shy singer, December Brown drunkenly texts her talk show host pal, Trace Randall, about her long time crush on the aloof actor, Tom Elmswood. Thinking the two celebrities would make a cute couple, he unwisely decides to play matchmaker… in front of a live studio audience.

Things start to go downhill when Tom admits he’s never even heard of December before. Now what seemed like a sure fire hit quickly becomes a flop. Will these two lonely hearts ever make a love connection or has this cupid’s arrow missed its mark?

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Loved It!

I laughed and cried along with the characters. I fell in love with the story line and the Characters. I Love Tom! He was the most down to earth man with a heart of Gold! December AKA Dee banter and sweet talk had me on a emotional roller coaster. I would love to have friends like Clarissa and Terrence. This book (genre) is a book that I have never read. Tamara wove magic when writing this and also has made me become a fan of Romantic Comedies. Awesome!!!

  April Nichols Baker

The danger of drunken texts

A very well written sweet story. I especially liked how the celebrities came across as real people who were lucky enough to have jobs doing something that made them happy (and pays well!). It could have used a little more conflict – a backstabbing ex, some racist relatives, a kidnapping, but on the other hand, it’s nice when people just get along without a lot of unnecessary drama. Plus, you can see where conflict might come up in the next book.

Note: I didn’t know bw/wm was a thing so now I’m intrigued! In any case the woman is clearly described as a light skinned black (or possibly biracial) woman. Think Halle Berry, not Lupita Nyong’o. To the author, if the skin tone of the cover model is the worst thing somebody can find to say about your work then well done, madam! Well done!

Nina E



The Trouble with Playing Cupid audiobook is narrated by Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard, professional voice actress, owner and producer at Gypsy Audio, residing in the Pacific Northwest. Gwendolyn is a constant source of quality narration and production, and has delivered novels in audiobook format for Vanilla Heart Publishing for nearly two years. She is a favorite VHP audiobook narrator and producer due to her broad range, excellent characterizations and inflections, professionalism, and extraordinary high quality production standards, and these are just a few of the reasons we’re thrilled to be working with her on these projects, and on many projects to come.

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Jock Stewart Strikes Back by Malcolm R. Campbell

Jock Stewart Strikes Back by Malcolm R. Campbell
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Jock Stewart Strikes Back
by Malcolm R. Campbell

Since modern-day journalism is going to hell in a hand basket and/or nowhere fast, Jock Stewart strikes back by categorizing news events as satirical, outlandish, strange or political. Nonetheless, according to informed sources, the use of this volume as a journalism textbook has not been authorized anywhere the world is right as rain.

The fictional news stories and “Night Beat” editorial columns in this collection began as posts on the “Morning Satirical News” weblog and subsequently appeared in the Worst of Jock Stewart and/or the “Jock Talks” series of e-books. Jock Talks…Politics was a 2013 Pushcart Prize nominee.

Stewart, who served diligently as the protagonist in Jock Stewart and the Missing Sea of Fire, refutes charges that he was raised by alligators or hyenas. When he was a young boy, his dear old daddy said, “Jock, everyone but you and me is scum and I’m not sure about you.”

That proverb opened Jock’s eyes to the realities of the world, primarily that everything is worse than it seems: the small-town newspaper, the Star-Gazer, is allegedly run by fools and buffoons; the Junction City, Texas, government is allegedly corrupt and inept.

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Jock Stewart Strikes Back is narrated and produced by Barry Newman, Florida. Barry’s career in media and journalism, including voice work in radio and TV commercials, lends a unique ‘Jock-ness’ to the production, and we look forward to working with him again in the future.

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More than 42 hours of great romance and suspense from Chelle Cordero!


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More than 42 hours of terrific
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A Chaunce of Riches

Ben Johnson was hired as a bodyguard for a rich widow and her kid, but he never expected to be working for the woman who had abandoned him just when he had needed her the most. Damn it all, he still wanted her. Samantha Chaunce never thought she would have to explain why she married the rich man instead of Ben. Or that her husband had been murdered…and Ben was the prime suspect.


Karma Visited

Do you believe in karma? Annie Furman has a gift that allows her, while she sleeps, to visit people in their time of need – but who will be there for her when she needs help? Undersheriff Dave Turner is investigating a series of home invasions and homicides. He has no idea that solving this case will lead him to the woman of his dreams.


Final Sin

Deputy Sheriff Commander Jake Carson has his hands full… investigation of a brutal multiple homicide, a troubled son and a vindictive ex-wife. He meets young, free-spirited paramedic Julie Jennings. When Julie becomes the subject of an obsession, it puts both of them in danger…



Hyphema: Bleeding in the eye caused by trauma… Matt Garratti, a paramedic from New York, moves his wife and son to North Carolina to work at his dream job as a flight medic. Pakistani born Sudah, his wife, receives frosty stares and insensitive comments from their new neighbors… Matt wonders if he is pursuing his dream or bringing his family into a nightmare from which they may never wake.


Bartlett’s Rule

Bartlett’s Rule shares the story of Lon and Paige’s love affair; a romance filled with hardship, emotion, danger and triumph. Falling in love was never the challenge; being there for each other, knowing just what to say and making it work is the real test. Paige and Lon are real; they are human, they cry and they laugh. Paige has to learn to trust. Lon has to learn to be patient.


Courage of the Heart

Sometimes love is the only cure for the very deepest of emotional wounds. The story of the two lovers takes a series of unexpected and fast paced turns where lives, sanity and love are put in jeopardy. Their commitment to one another results in a spirit that binds them together and helps them to overcome physical and emotional dangers.


Hostage Heart

Life was hard after the hurricanes swept through, destroying her parents’ home and livelihood… An errand for her boss – a chance encounter with a crew of bank robbers – a kind man who tried to help her … a man who isn’t all he seems…no, he is so much more


The Many Faces of Chelle Cordero

The Many Faces of Chelle Cordero is a single author collection of short stories featuring Introduction, Pussycat Tails, Holiday Happiness, Not Alone, I Swear That Raccoon Just Knocked on the Door, Stormy Weather, A Mother’s Love, More Than a Friend, The Meeting, The Vacation and a special bonus section.

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A Chaunce of Riches

by Chelle Cordero

Ben Johnson was hired as a bodyguard for a rich widow and her kid, but he never expected to be working for the woman who had abandoned him just when he had needed her the most. Damn it all, he still wanted her. Samantha Chaunce never thought she would have to explain why she married the rich man instead of Ben. Or that her husband had been murdered…and Ben was the prime suspect.



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Nothing is simple in the complex tale of love, danger, and this shared, almost-mourned, past. …the two main characters are both strong, edgy people, and their history together creates a rather unusual relationship between the two. There is anger, resentment, yet, somehow, there is an enduring trust that becomes more and more important in the face of danger.

The very focused plot keeps us madly turning the pages, right to the very end. Yet, it’s the romantic in us that is waiting, and so hoping, that they are both the people we think they are…that somehow, out of all this emotional clutter, disaster and more, they can find their way to true feeling. The story is simply super on all counts. Mark A Chaunce of Riches a Must-Read.

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Meeting Voice Actress Wendy Tremont King

Hi everyone, I am honored to have a visit today from Wendy Tremont King – Wendy is the narrator for my collection of short stories The Many Faces of Chelle Cordero coming SOON in audio…


Wendy Tremont King is the self-proclaimed Chief of Laugh at Studiotozzi, her sound studio near the Giants ballpark in San Francisco, where she produces audiobooks and corporate/medical long format narration. Wendy is a proud dues-paying member of the Screen Actors Guild and a reader for the SAG Foundation BookPals literacy program. Wendy enjoys listening to audiobooks while sewing, knitting or riding her road bike on the fabulous hills of the San Francisco Bay Area. She is currently stitching hand puppets for the Allentown Art Festival in Buffalo NY next summer and listening to GRAMERCY PARK by Paula Cohen narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan.

1)     What made you decide to become a voice-over actress? What special training did it take?

 I was transitioning from working as a puppeteer to a stage actor.  It was a tough transition working from behind a puppet to being a human on stage so voice acting fit more comfortably.  I spent some time in London studying voice and after I returned, continued to study with a voice coach and took commercial voice acting classes.  As a sort of vocal workout I volunteered at The Lighthouse for the Blind in San Francisco, broadcasting three times weekly including a live audiobook program.  For the next 7 years, I narrated books for the blind, joined the Audio Publishers Association and attended their annual conferences and workshops and most important, listened to award winning book narrators… until I felt ready.  I’m not exactly what you would call ‘a quick study’. 

2)     What did you want to be growing up? Do you work at another career as well and was that career your original plans? How are the 2 careers/goals alike or connected?

 When I was a girl I loved needlework and sewing.  I made kookie clothes for myself and wanted to be a fashion designer.  But I was also good at math and science and went on to get a degree in electrical and computer engineering.  I worked as an engineer in Silicon Valley in the 80s and in the 90s started freelancing as a database developer which gave me time to work as a puppeteer and later as a voice actor.  The engineering background made it quite easy for me to learn the ropes with audio production equipment and software as well as project management.  So I’m grateful for that background.  But now I happily work full time as a narrator and spend my free time sewing while listening to audiobooks. 

3)     At a party, how do you answer folks who ask what you do for a living? What is the most common reaction?

I say I’m a book narrator and most often someone will say, “Oh, you mean like books on tape?” quickly followed by a sympathetic look the likes you might give to someone who still types on a manual typewriter and has to hand crank their car windows up and down. 

4)      Do you do your voice overs in a home office/studio? If so, what kind of equipment and special provisions does it take? Did you always work out of a home studio?

When I first started out in voice over, I recorded medical transcription and books for the blind in my closet at my apartment which was ridiculous considering the number of hours required for that type of “long format narration”.  I had to work around all sorts of noise including the extra-curricular activities of my neighbors downstairs.  It took a great deal of searching to find the right place but finally, luck came my way and I had a modest studio built in an artist’s collective in a converted warehouse near the newly built San Francisco Giants ballpark.  I had the floor floated to cut down vibration and contracted a custom-built sound booth.  It’s a very comfortable place to work and I’ve been lucky to have it.  Unfortunately, the location has become increasingly desirable and the collective is losing its lease at the end of 2015.  So it’s time to start looking for my next location and I’m thinking more along the lines of a rural setting. 

5)      Do you live in a city – suburbs – rural community? Which do you prefer? Have you traveled and visited any far-away places you would love to live in now?

In the last year I have spent time in western New York, where I grew up, helping to take care of my mother, who has been ill.  It’s been a difficult time but after 30 years in California, I’m enjoying the seasons and a slower pace.  Sweet corn and apples direct from the farm.  Housing prices that don’t make you snort organic grass fed milk out your nose.  I love California, don’t get me wrong, but I’m enchanted with western New York and thinking seriously about quieting things down in my life and returning to my roots.  I have visions of a studio with a view of the lake or maybe the Hudson River, a train ride away from NYC… wherever it will be, the main criteria is a peaceful place to work.  Once it’s built I hope you will come and visit! 

6)      Do you sing in the shower? What is your favorite song to sing? What is your favorite kind of music to listen to?

 My mother’s sister was an opera singer and my mother herself sang in some impressive choirs including one for David Brubeck.  My Dad remembers the lyrics to an encyclopedia of songs and sings them shamelessly whenever he hears the slightest reference.  Several people have endorsed me on Linked-In for Singing which, to me, is amusing because I absolutely did not receive the singing gene.  Whenever I have to sing a verse in an audiobook, I have to spend a great deal of time on it and cringe to have to hear it.

7)     When you are reading just for reading enjoyment, do you find yourself reading out loud? When you watch movies or TV shows do you try to mimic the voices your hear?

 I’ve always been a slow reader.  I think it is because I read out loud in my head.  I hear the words as I read them silently to myself.  I imagine this has something to do with auditory learning or some such thing.  With regard to dialect and vocal traits… I listen to people in airports and other crowded places.  I even carry around a little hand held recorder and catch snippets.  I studied the transcription of dialects and that helps a great deal as well as the many dialect resources online.  Dialects and vocal variety is a handy arsenal for a narrator but the voice for a character comes from the writer.  I take careful notes about each character; what they look like, their age, where they are from and under what circumstances they appear in the book, what motivates them and very telling… what they say about themselves. The actor’s job is to get to know the characters as true to the author’s intent as possible. There are a lot of characters in Many Faces but I didn’t have to worry so much about them all being in the same scene together so it was a little bit more forgiving than a novel full of characters.

8)     How do you feel about public speaking, especially if it is impromptu? Do family or friends often ask you to do public readings for a group, make toasts, or give a speech?

I love public speaking so much that I participated in the SFMOMA special program titled SCULPTURE L.A. in conjunction with the Muistardeaux Collective.  It involved training at the Marina Abromavic Institute West, in the delivery of improvisational lectures.  The performances were given on Thursday evenings for a series of weeks.  Each of us was given the title of a future exhibition one minute before standing up before a roaming audience.  Standing on a small platform without props or supporting materials each of us, in our designated locations of the museum, delivered a 45 minute improvised fictional lecture on the subject followed by a 15 minute Q&A.  You can read about it here.  http://www.sfmoma.org/about/press/press_events/releases/854

9)      I know that you’ve read all kinds of works – novels, short stories, documents… How did you feel about reading the variety of stories in Many Faces? Did you have a favorite story?

 The variety of voices in Many Faces made it a really fun project filled with heartbreak and joy.  The Vacation even steamed up the window in the sound booth!  Each story resonated with some memory or part of my life.  I Swear That Raccoon Just Knocked on my Door reminded me of my own girl-time camping experiences at Letchworth State Park.  I don’t recall a raccoon knocking on the cabin door but they sure did visit.  A Mother’s Love really touched me because I had been taking care of my mother while working on the stories.  But my favorite story to narrate was The Meeting because I’m a sucker for true romance. 

10)  Giving Thanks

I know that writing can be a very solitary activity, as is narration.  I love working on books because it connects me collaboratively with another artist and his/her work.  Thank you for trusting me with your stories.  I know it sounds cliché but it really it is an honor to work with you.

Wendy, thanks so much for joining me today AND for working on Many Faces – From what I’ve heard so far you’ve really made my stories sound great!

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Review of Final Sin: an EMS suspense

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4.0 out of 5 stars
Chelle Cordero strikes a winning combination of romance and suspense in this medical crime thriller. Detailed research and characterizations coupled with a break-neck pace create a hard-to-put-down-read.
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Deputy Sheriff Commander Jake Carson has his hands full with the investigation of a brutal multiple homicide, a troubled son and a vindictive ex-wife when he meets young, free-spirited paramedic Julie Jennings. He is immediately drawn to her and finds himself unexpectedly falling in love. Julie finds herself just as drawn to him.

When Julie becomes the subject of an obsession, it puts both of their lives in extreme danger… Romance… danger… adventure… suspense… another great Chelle Cordero novel sure to grab listeners from many genre!

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Meeting Raquel Gliss, the voice behind Courage of the Heart

Hello, today voice actress Raquel Gliss is joining me in the Potpourri Parlor.

 Raquel recently did a superb job of recording my novel Courage of the Heart. Thanks Raquel, I gave a listen to the audio book and wow, that opening scene sure sounds steamy!

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Have a cup of cappuccino and let’s introduce you to your fans, Raquel.

What three words do you think describe you as a human being?

Smart, creative, positive

How would others describe you?

Smart, creative, positive, sexy

Please tell us what you are most passionate about.

I am passionate about dancing, acting, yoga and other creative endeavors.  I am passionate about spending time on my boat with my boyfriend.  I am passionate about raising my teenage daughter.

Do you have any pets? If so, introduce us to them.

I have 3 cats, Benson, Sierra and Billy.  Benson is 21 years old!  Billy is an orange tabby who acts like a puppy and follows me everywhere.  Sierra is a very neurotic female cat who likes to steal everyone’s food.

Do you prefer fiction or non-fiction?

I love both!  I particularly like historical novels and “self help” type books.

How many books are in your office or home?

Most of my books are on Kindle now!

When you were a child, what was your most treasured type of story or book?

I used to love fiction about the Pioneers.  Little House on the Prairie was probably my favorite series.

Has someone been instrumental in inspiring you as a voice actor?

My father, who passed away 5 years ago, was definitely instrumental.  He worked in advertising.  He encouraged me to take acting lessons and signed me up with a casting agency to do commercials when I was 8.  I landed the part of the voice of “Lucy” in the Peanuts cartoons when I was 9.

Can you describe your recording studio?

I have a home studio in my closet with padded walls!

What reaction do you get from strangers when you tell them you are a voice actor?

They love to hear more, especially when I tell them about acting as “Lucy” and then the revival of my career when I became an adult.

What other projects have you worked on and where can customers buy them?

I have done several commercials through Stars Agency in San Francisco, and also several audiobooks which can be found on Audible either at: http://www.audible.com/search/ref=mn_anon-h_tseft?advsearchKeywords=raquel+gliss&filterby=field-keywords  or http://www.audible.com/search/ref=search_tseft?advsearchKeywords=Robin+Kohn+Glazer&filterby=field-keywords

Tell us about your background. Are you a full-time voice actress?

I am a mom and a real estate agent.  I also do some acting work with a hospital in their “Standardized Patient Program” where I play a sick person to assist medical students in their training.

What do you do to unwind and relax?

Yoga and dance.

Do you use a pseudonym? Why did you choose it?

Yes, Raquel Gliss is a pseudonym.  I decided to take it on to take on more romantic and erotic projects, so I could have more freedom and not mix with my work as a real estate broker and mom.

Can you tell us where to find more information about you? Do you have a website or a blog?

To hear samples by Raquel Gliss, please check out my page on ACX:  http://www.acx.com/ss#keywords=raquel%20gliss&pageIndex=1, and  you can also check out my work under my real name at http://www.acx.com/ss#keywords=robin%20kohn%20Glazer&pageIndex=1 and www.robinkohnglazer.com .

Where can readers reach you?


What do you like most about narrating audio books?

I love reading aloud and have read to my daughter since she was little.  I actually read the entire “Harry Potter” series to her aloud.  I enjoy the acting challenge of playing different characters including men.

Do you have anything that you would like to say to your readers?

Your fantasies can be your reality.  Discover your creativity and indulge in your imagination!