What I’ve Written
Sunday: Shameless Self-Promotion
I’m bad at marketing. Please buy my books.
Your friendly local funeral director’s had a visit from the police.
Andromeda Justice just wants to be a regular teenager.
Wednesday: Fairy Dust
Adulthood is hard, with the burdens we bear. We need childish delight, a bit, here and there.
The strange tale of Karen, whose bad mood was the precursor to a very bad mood.
Friday: Dressing Up
Fanta has rediscovered her stylish scarves.
Chapter 15 of my current work in progress. The re-taking of Brisbane has begun.
What I’ve Read (reviews)
Little Bird poem by Dawn Benedict (Rhymes, Dreams, Fantasy and Thoughts) An utterly charming poem about a little bird growing from nestling to fledgling and learning to fly.
Coal Lament poem by Dawn Renee Miller (Dawn Maree Writes) A sad poem about the cost of coal mining and questioning the idea of “clean coal”.
What Was poem by Grace Y. Estevez-Reddy (Grace of the Sun) This beautiful poem’s a picture painted with words, of a writer lost in reminiscence.
If I read it and I like it, or find it interesting, it goes in here. I try to only include one item from any single author in a week (even if I loved a number of things they published), because otherwise the list would get over-long.
I don’t do paid reviews, but I do accept recommendations, and even review copies of books, so if you’d particularly like me to review something, tell me about it.
A Look at a Book
A collection of cute and simple poems about a collection of cute and simple pets.