Goodreads feature – Small poems, big stories

I've just posted #4 of my offerings for the Goodreads feature. Today's is focusing on Seventeen Syllable work. Shorts pieces that tell a bigger story. I've chosen a set of 5 poems to imaginatively illustrate the life of a working girl in the 1800's, as hinted at via an archeological dig. I enjoyed revisiting this … Continue reading Goodreads feature – Small poems, big stories

COLLEEN’S 2020 #BOOK #REVIEWS – “a kiss for the worthy: Poetry inspired by the Walt Whitman poem ‘Leaves of Grass’ (A Love Poetry Trilogy Book 2),” BY AUTHOR, Frank Prem @frank_prem

It is a very great pleasure to share  Colleen Chesebro's warm and wonderful review of A Kiss for the Worthy. It is a joy to find such wonderful responses to my work.     COLLEEN’S 2020 #BOOK #REVIEWS – “a kiss for the worthy: Poetry inspired by the Walt Whitman poem ‘Leaves of Grass’ (A … Continue reading COLLEEN’S 2020 #BOOK #REVIEWS – “a kiss for the worthy: Poetry inspired by the Walt Whitman poem ‘Leaves of Grass’ (A Love Poetry Trilogy Book 2),” BY AUTHOR, Frank Prem @frank_prem

Meet the Author – on Goodreads

My friend and GoodReads co-ordinator extraordinaire Grasshopper Bot (AKA Daisy King) has kindly included me in the New Authors Group - Meet the Author slot, so I have a feature opportunity to post this and that and generally represent myself to an unsuspecting public. I'm one of three authors featured this month. I've been so … Continue reading Meet the Author – on Goodreads

Nice responses. Nice results.

Some lovely reviews and postings to share today, as well as the picture above of a nice little #1/#2 in the UK Kindle store. Here are the reviews that are making me smile hard, today. Crastinator gives Rescue and Redemption four stars (GoodReads). Sally Cronin reviews Rescue and Redemption with five stars (Smorgasbord Magazine Book … Continue reading Nice responses. Nice results.

Back to The Bakery Bears . . . 3/3

Back on track, please . . . After allowing myself to get sidetracked by Frank-made bears, and being a little too weary to focus thoughts last evening after work, let's see if I can recapture the threads of my original musings and bring this little chronicle to a close. An accident of Bears The gist … Continue reading Back to The Bakery Bears . . . 3/3

Being bear-ly inspired . . . 2/3

The story so far . . . I started chatting yesterday about the how and why I became involved with The Beechworth Bakery Bears. Discussing my routine on Early shifts, and my bvelated love affair with images taken by phone, which added a new dimension to my writing . . . or maybe I hadn't … Continue reading Being bear-ly inspired . . . 2/3

speaking of bears . . . 1/3

A Frank-built bear. no, not that bear . . . Beechworth Bakery Bear . . . yes. A Beechworth Bakery Bear! Development of A Beechworth Bakery Bears e-Book. A musing, no? Mick Canning mentioned the Beechworth Bears project in a comment last night, and it coincided with what I hope will be the last change … Continue reading speaking of bears . . . 1/3