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Inside this Book – “No heart,” I whispered into my coat collar. Icy wind howled down the crowded New York City street, whipping my long black hair behind me, and ripping the words from my mouth. My eyes stung but it was just the wind. I never cried. Never. Not even after being rejected by three of the biggest graphic novel publishers in Manhattan. My eyes were watering from the wind. Three rejections in two days. The managing editors at each publishing house bled together in my memory to form one composite bastard, his smug, indifferent eyebrows raised over my work. Mildly impressed, but not impressed enough. “Interesting concept and excellent art. But…pass.” The third pass from BlackStar Publishing came with a tiny glimmer of hope, though. The managing editor wasn’t interested, but as the meeting ended, his assistant pulled me aside. Iris Hannover looked hardly older than my twenty-four years, with dark hair, red lipstick and a hard look from behind her stylish glasses. A hard look, but not a mean one. As if she were sizing me up. “It’s not even December and everyone’s in vacation mode,” Iris had said. “If you can make some revisions and get me the storyboards within the next few weeks, I’ll make sure my editor takes a second look.” “What kind of revisions?” I said. “You have something here.” Iris tapped my portfolio. “Your art is fantastic, but the story has no guts. It’s all premise, no pulse. No heart. Find the heart.” “No heart,” I whispered again.
Inside this book –The Butterfly Project PDF Book by Emma Scott – I woke the next morning to Beckett softly closing the bathroom door. I blinked sleepily at my phone. 5:02 a.m. God, how does he do it? The sound of the shower running came on a few seconds later, and I sat up, looking to the window over the desk for signs of rain, but it was too dark to tell. I grabbed my phone again and checked the temp. “Thirty-one degrees?” I whistled low in my teeth. “Holy shit.” The thought of Beckett riding around Manhattan in that cold for ten hours gave me a shiver. I tossed off the big blue blanket and padded into the kitchen. “Curse you,” I muttered at the radiator, and made coffee in the small pot, then hurried back to the relative warmth of my air mattress. I was dozing when I heard the bathroom door open and footsteps go past me on the floor to the kitchen. “What’s this?” Beckett asked from the other side of the counter. “The coffee fairy came while you showered,” I mumbled. “Oh, really?” “Sshhh. I’m sleeping.” I felt Beckett’s gaze on me and I pushed up to sitting, brushed the hair out of my eyes. “What’s that look for?” “You good for today? You know where to go to get what you need?” “I’m good, I promise,” I said. “And you’re going to be late for work.” “We should probably exchange cell phone numbers.” He sipped his coffee. “In case of emergencies.” “Right.” I grabbed my phone and we exchanged digits.
The Butterfly Project by Emma Scott PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – The Butterfly Project
- Author of this Book – Emma Scott
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Novel, Romance, New Adult, Contemporary,
- Download Format – PDF
- Size – 3.9 MB
- eBook Pages – 254
- Price – Free