23 April, 2006

Deadlines and Delicious Directions

Welcome, visitors! Whether you are just checking in today or come a little later in the week there's lots to tell. Our deadline of April 24th while eluding us sinfully due to some technical problems which would at the very least bore our readers and at most confuse them has caused to us to consider the direction of the project. The number of models involved is high and increasing all the time. We already have more than enough of them to put out several magazines as we had planned. So we finally figured we should take our troubles and turn them into triumphs. I myself do not like setbacks and cannot find any use for them unless they lead to something better. I believe that is what is happening here. Currently the partners are in talks about the best way to go but "book" seems to be the watch word of the hour.

Going back and forth over the possibilities of what to do naturally we have to rework how some of the process is done regrading those boring, confusing technical points but if more time is to be added to the mix then the project needs to be all the greater in its end result.

Sometimes I wish I was supremely reluctant and quick to just stop in my tracks but that never seems to be in option in my case. I see too much potential in both the models and the project and if possible now, even more than I saw before because more choices are presenting themselves even as more models are contracted. I did promise a mega-post and you are sure to get it this week but now you can view it not only as the twenty models to appear in THE MODEL DIGEST first issue but the First Twenty Models to appear in a larger more ambitious work that is going to evolve our plan in a way comparable to an acorn turning into a fully-grown and wondrous oak tree.

I have posted cover model April Florio again in a classy shot to show the caliber of models we have been working with and want you to just think even better, even larger and even more worth the wait as far as this work is concerned. I certainly do. As for the deadline we'll leave that open for now as we rework the acorn into an oak with a lot more leaves, branches and strength.

As always the blog will get posts on how we progress and as always I will add more models so if you can handle a lot more photos of these lovely ladies more power to you. So keep coming back and look forward to an even more amazing result. I know my own excitement as of today at least tripled and that does not happen very often.

We will do all to deliver this project as it heads in an even more delicious direction than before!

17 April, 2006

Muscle Cars and Mighty Fine Models

Meet April Florio, our amazing Cover Model for issue #1 of THE MODEL DIGEST scheduled to premiere on April 24th. There is something powerfully hypnotic about April as well as mysterious which just accents a woman whose nature and features prove she was born to be a modeling superstar. We are proud to showcase her as our very first Cover Model. So proud we had to give you two photos of her, one in color and one in black and white. As you can see she is smoking hot in any type of photo. You'll be sure to see even more of her in the premiere issue so look for it.

I have not posted in awhile because we are hard at work on the actual publication and you would not believe the number of tech problems that come up as you near a deadline. One of the publishing pitfalls. But I promised you a great model for the cover and as you can see I did not lie. And don't forget to keep visiting because I remember promising you all a "mega-post" of every photo we have put on here as a precursor to our first issue's release. That will be 21 photos, all hot and amazing when you see them all together, the perfect warm-up to our debut.

Onto today's history: one of the greatest cars ever made in the muscle-car line, the Mustang,first rolled off the assembly line today in 1964. It was a white convertible. After that the rest is well, history.

Birthday Girl Today: Actress Lela Rochon

07 April, 2006

California Girl!

Meet the seductive and sultry Marlene Brehm, a California-based beauty and the nineteenth model in our twenty-model line-up scheduled to appear in THE MODEL DIGEST later this month! Marlene has that girl-next-door quality mixed with an amazing form that tells you she has the discipline and nature of a top-shelf professional model. And who else would we print in our magazine but the best? Now as you know we will have 20 beauties in our first issue so we are almost there, at our 20th model and our cover girl. She will be up soon so keep checking back!

Birthday Girl Today: Supermodel Beverly Peele, of course!

03 April, 2006

Waves and Wondrous Women

Meet Lona Russum, the 18th model in our 20-model line-up who will appear in the premiere issue of THE MODEL DIGEST on April 24th. Lona has that wholesome, girl-next-door look with just the right amount of sexiness thrown into the mix to make her irresistable. Try to look away, we dare you!

In 1868 today a Hawaiian who will remain nameless (because in truth we don't know his name) surfed the largest wave ever, a 50-foot tidal wave. Considering the accomplishment, we just refer to him as the wave-god.

Our countdown finishes this week with our last two models, a stunning California native in the number-19 slot to be crowned by our delicious Florida-based cover model. We promise you she was worth the wait!

Birthday Girls Today: Actresses Shelley Michelle and Jennie Garth and Miss Belgium-Universe 1996 Veronique DeKock and Miss Wyoming Teen-USA 1997 Esmeralda Gonzalez