Poetry Treasures Blog Tour - 27/05/2021 I know there have been some questions about blog tour links for Poetry Treasures. Sorry I can't answer them - I haven't had a chance to follow much up in the last little while. However . . . Teagan Geneviene is hosting the blog tour, today, and it just … Continue reading Poetry Treasures Blog Tour – an article and a reading.
I've cooked up a table with today's prices for the paper editions of my books, as taken from Amazon. I've given both the US and UK currency prices. The Table may be wider than your reader page, but it looked as though a reader could scroll across to get all the price details. I think … Continue reading Cost of paper edition books on Amazon
I've put off trying to do a little video for the Bears book because I've struggled to be satisfied that I can manage the voices at all adequately. Oh well. Here is a link to a small reading I did today, and just managed to finish after many interruptions. Hope you enjoy. https://youtu.be/-AFNa34swXs Introducing The … Continue reading How to interpret a Teddy Bear?
A little while ago, during a period of Long Service leave from my psychiatric nursing job I got carried away with turning my entire back catalog into book form, ending up with 20 general collections of work and about 10 themed collections that are earmarked for for listing as available books. One of the collections … Continue reading An indulgence
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!
Slow progress, but I am now left with just one collection of written work to bind up into a book format. It has been quite an undertaking, but in the end it is only the ghosts that remain. Fitting, really. The heading for this post is the likely title for the collection of ghost-style poems. … Continue reading the first violin and other ghostly verses
8 New Covers for 8 new titles As soon as I heard the foorsteps on my driveway a few minutes ago I knew that it would have to be my new titles being delivered. Just a feeling. The top row are the last of my Archive series. Books 17 - 20, and bring my otherwise … Continue reading I love making books.
Archive Books 10 - 16 Deliveries are so very exciting! I delight in anticipating and then receiving little packages of books, and the most recent lot arrived just a minute ago. A mixed bag, in the covers (again), at first impression. Two what was I thinking! The remaining five, I quite like, and I'll tell … Continue reading The latest tranche – 7 more Archives
A couple of weeks back I posted about receiving a new set of books - my Bachelard Interpreted series, with 8 volumes and Book of Evenings and Memoir of a Dog thrown in. That post is here. Since then I've had a fire lit beneath to get my archive together and into book form, so … Continue reading And now, there is more.
Well, I'm quite delighted. An early birthday present. Some pics are in order! Opening the package. Always a good moment. The first opening. The gang of ten. Eight books comprising my Bachelard Interpreted Omnibus. These are intended for me to edit at leisure and to have in book form for my personal library. There are … Continue reading Unveiling the new!