It was love at first sight for me and eShakti - a company that makes custom dresses that fit YOU. Height, measurements, neckline, sleeve, you want something different, they'll do it for you. I usually buy dresses off the rack, so the price tag is a bit more expensive, but boy is it worth it. Plus, you get $25 off your first order with the coupon below. That's how I got this lovely dress, shown with bow & no camisole or with camisole and belt tied long. The dress is washable and wears really well, no major wrinkling during the day. The quality of the dress, material, workmanship, it's all noticeably better. And it has pockets. Nice deep pockets.
Do you have a special occasion coming up or do you just want to feel special? This is the company for you. Be sure to share pictures of your new dress on my social media. I can't wait to see your style! Have you ever had a custom dress before?
I wrote this post when King of Bad first published. But I thought I'd run it now since I've written another anti-hero. Writing a good bad guy is an interesting journey. You're constantly wondering if you have enough badness for it to be believable, with enough goodness that your readers won't abandon him/her.
Three Times a Charm is a weekly feature that spotlights
authors, illustrators, bloggers, agents, editors or promoters from the
publishing industry. This week author and editor, Kathy Sattem Rygg joins us. Since
she is the Editor-in-Chief at www.Knowonder.com
and I’m a staff writer there, I feel like she’s kind of my boss. So if you see
a couple ‘yes ma’ams’ you’ll understand why. Mrs. Rygg – or can I call you Kathy, tell us a little
about yourself. I am children’s author and freelance writer/editor. I
earned a degree in magazine journalism from Iowa State University and worked
for several Fortune 500 companies in Marketing/Public Relations. I also worked
at the McGraw-Hill Companies’ Business Publications Division in New York City
and was the Editor-in-Chief of Women’s Edition magazine in Denver,
CO. I am currently the Editor- in-Chief of the children’s online magazine knowonder! and live in Omaha, NE., with
my husband and two children.
Author and editor? You sound busy! Tell us about yo…