I go through so many revisions and iterations of these books that it makes me feel a little loopy, at times. The Cielonaut - background With todays shipment of books I received the latest version of The Cielonaut. I should say a little about this, because it's been a quiet little side-project, to date, and … Continue reading The Cielonaut – revision
I received my first box of stock for sale of the Voices (In The Trash) book, today. Both hardcover and soft. Voices (In The Trash) - final I took a small gamble that the last cover adjustments I had uploaded would be executed as I wanted, and I think they have come out ok, so … Continue reading Voices – in my mailbox!
Pond. Chinese Gardens, Beechworth with my heartI will seekthe sun climb a ray be onewith a star I . . . my heartwill finda way ~
Receiving the first review for a newly minted book is an edgy event. Anticipation and anxiety all mixed together. I am delighted (and a little relieved) to welcome the first review of my newest release - Voices (In The Trash) by Li (from Tao Talk). I was delighted to read her thoughts and summation of … Continue reading New Reviews (2/2): Voices (In The Trash)
I have two new reviews to report, today. This first is a review of Walk Away Silver Heart, posted by Bill Arnott. Bill hails from Canada and is a fine author in his own right. It is a privilege to have him review one of my poetry collections. You can find his review here, if … Continue reading New Reviews (1/2): Walk Away Silver Heart
Once again, my heartfelt thanks go to Sally Cronin for her lovely and warm review of A Beechworth Bakery Bears Book (too).
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Thanks again, Sally
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Frank Prem has followed up his first children’s poetry story book with more of the lovable bears in A Beechworth Bakery Bears e-Book (too) and I have enjoyed this book as much as the first.
About the story
What are the Beechworth Bakery Bears up to this time?
Has Tom sold out of Bee Stings?
Take The Beechworth Bakery Bears (too) home to read, and find out!
My review for the book 18th February 2021
I don’t get to read very many children’s picture books as I have no-one to read them to in our extended family. But even an oldie like me can appreciate the wonderful images in this little book…
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Voices In The Trash - 2 page spread I have three versions of Voices In The Trash, now. A Kindle (fixed) version, a hard-cover (case-laminate) and a soft-cover (paperback) version. I took the paper versions to work yesterday to show around and was delighted with the response from my work colleagues. Quite wonderful. I've uploaded … Continue reading Voices In The Trash – almost done
Let opposites attract. Happy Valentine's Day! immiscible you oilis immisciblewith water a rainbowon the roadis proof that oppositesmay still beattracted . . . attractive! not miscibleandnot the samebut . . . youlook so very goodwith me ~
I've been messing around for a little while to get a recording of this quartet of poems together to upload as a listenable experience. I managed to do that today - just! A Song for the Horizon - image The sound is a little variable across the 5 different recording elements that comprise the video. … Continue reading A Song for the Horizon
A little further contemplation on using images as prompts for writing. Here if you'd like to read.