Endorsement for ‘Walk Away Silver Heart’

Last year, when I attended the Rainforest Writers Retreat up in Queensland for a second time, I was fortunate and delighted to meet Anna Campbell. Anna is a multi-award winning international best selling author who hails from Queensland, and it was fascinating for me to receive some insight into her approach to story-writing and the world of Romance writing, at which she excels.

Being a lovely person and highly approachable, I asked her if she would mind casting an eye over Walk Away Silver Heart. It worried me that I am describing a collection as comprising ‘love poetry’, when in fact I have no comprehension of the Romance genre or how it flies.

I heard back from her today and she has kindly allowed me to quote her comments about the collection.

Walk Away Silver Heart is …

“A profound mediation on the nature of love, absence and connection. A wonderful collection of love poems that cuts straight to the heart.”

Anna Campbell, internationally bestselling romance author.

So. At the bottom of the page is the link again for anyone who’d like to obtain an e-book copy on pre-order before Valentine’s Day (the paperback will be released a month later in March). Sorry there is no preview available, yet. It is one of Amazon’s mysteries.

Also, I am re-posting the link to my audio reading of Madonna of the Evening Flowers and a few poems from the collection, here. I very much enjoy doing readings and hope you take the opportunity to have a listen.

Don’t hesitate to let me know what you think. I’m always interested to hear.


8 thoughts on “Endorsement for ‘Walk Away Silver Heart’

    • Really delighted, Derrick. Anna is a fine writer and I thin an excellent judge of writing – certainly within her genre.

      It’s a bit of a relief to have her endorsement, really, as I wasn’t sure what she might make of it all.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Thanks Cheryl. Yes, it’s lovely to have someone who has made their mark already offer support so generously.

      The most important thing, though, is still that the next reader, whoever that might be, also finds something worthwhile in the collection.

      That’s what it is all about, for me.


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