They’re Here!

Greetings dear readers!

Hope the weekend was kind to you. April has arrived and this month is National Poetry Month (request your poster here) which also means the start of NaPoWriMo. I usually partake in this 30 day challenge, but not this year.  Instead I’m taking a break, I’ll be back next year though.

Instead of a daily poem, I self-published two poetry books that are now available at CreateSpace, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords. I mentioned them last month and now they’re here!

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First up is the start of a new series for me titled Acrostic. This book is my first attempt at writing acrostic poems and you’ve got a couple of KPop groups to thank for that. With their many attempts of doing acrostic poetry, I became curious and gave it a try.  It was a fun experience and I hope to write a second entry. Acrostic is available in print and ebook formats. Add it to your GoodReads Shelf.

My second book Thirty Days of Expressive Imagination, is a print collection of my NaPoWriMo ebooks that I’ve written from 2014-2017. This year I won’t participate in NaPoWriMo so this book will take the place of the poems that I would usually write.  Thirty Days of Expressive Imagination is only available in printAdd it to your GoodReads Shelf. 

April’s also my birthday month (psst… gift ideas) so I look forward to celebrating.

Finally here’s a gentle reminder that you have read any of my books please feel free to leave a review.  Reviews are essential in getting the word out and they mean a great deal to authors-especially to indie authors  such as myself. Once again thank you for your support.

Hope you have a wonderful week!

Free ebook: Passage To Valhalla: NaPoWriMo 2017

Greetings and happy Tuesday to you!

So once again I managed to complete the NaPoWriMo challenge from last month and once again, I’ve got a free ebook for you to download. This year my NaPoWriMo poetry ebook’s titled Passage To Valhalla: NaPoWriMo 2017. Feast your eyes on the cover:

The ebook will be free forever and is available for free download on Smashwords and Barnes and Noble. I hope you enjoy!

Join the challenge: Write 30 Poems in 30 Days with NaPoWriMo

National Poetry Month has begun and that means NaPoWriMo has also arrived. Similar to NaNoWriMo, the challenge is to write one poem a day for 30 days in the month of April.

To learn more, head over to the NaPoWriMo site.

I’ve got to catch up with writing poems, and I may post a few on here. In addition, my previous NaPoWriMo entries were collected in three ebooks and they’re available for free download on Smashwords and Barnes and Noble year round so get your copies.