Free VDAY Downloads: Orniainthi, A Mermaid Fantasy Novella & To Love & Know Thyself, A Romance Poetry Collection

Happy Valentines and Single Awareness Day everybody! Hope your day’s going well and if it isn’t I hope it gets better for you. Perhaps my free downloads will cheer you up.

First download:

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Originally titled Attack On Love, “To love and know thyself is to grow and change…” is the premise of volume two To Love and Know Thyself in T.C. Harrison’s The Unconsciousness of an Ethiopian Princess series. In this book, T.C. shares poems inspired from their experiences dealing with love and relationships.

Today’s the last day to download your free ebook copy of my romance poetry book The Unconsciousness of an Ethiopian Princess: To Love and Know Thyself (Vol.2). The book’s available for download only at Instantfreebie.com so get your copy! You’ve got until midnight tonight.

Second download:

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A massive panic attack during a group dive keeps Dr. Viola E. Foy at her desk for eight years. An urgent request from a college friend marks her return to sea exploration. But deception, betrayal, a transformation, and the end of the world await her. Can Dr. Foy harness her new abilities, avoid capture and save the world in time?

You can also get your free ebook copy of my mermaid fantasy novella Orniainthi today only at Smashwords.com. The print copy’s release date is set for next month.

I hope these two books brighten your day! And please feel free to spread the word about my books and leave a review.

Until next time!

Book Review: That Which Lives Within

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That Which Lives Within is a full-length poetry collection by first time author eLPY that it is beautifully written. The 189 page collection features not only poetry, but also poepics, and poetry-infused pictures.

Throughout, the author’s myriad of experiences and emotions are displayed in every poem. The topics of death and loss are touched upon in the poems such as Beyond the Grave, and the poem Left With Memories which is dedicated to her brother who passed away. There are poems about life and love which are just as raw and filled with emotion.

The author’s hopes and dreams as well as fears, frustrations, and self-doubt are also poetically expressed. In the poem “Here’s To My Blossom” at the beginning of the book, eLPY questions her ability to share her writing with others and as the book progresses she grows ever more confident. She also expresses her journey of finding herself, being confident in who she is. It’s a journey of growth that includes joy and despair.

The poepics and infused pictures of poetry are beautiful visuals. It was a little hard to read the font on a few of the pictures because of the color scheme. I thought it was a cool and unique idea to have mixed media and variations of writing within this book. In poems such as “History Rewritten” and “Hypocrisy”, eLPY offers social commentary in her poems on issues such as the genocide in Dafur, the Jena 6, slavery, the exotic pet trade and the slaughter of dolphins in Japan.

The book tells the story of metamorphosis. It’s about going on a journey and growing and not running away from the storms of life. It’s learning from the past and looking forward to what the future will bring. Everyone can relate and can take something valuable and essential from this collection.