Thrice again, Pamela Beckford captures love in all its intricate forms in this, her third solo poetry publication, “Love Aflame.”
“Love Aflame” takes the reader to every level, every form, every interpretation, and every emotion that could possible exist between lovers. As in her two previous poetry books, “Dreams of Love” and “Love: Lost & Found,” the poems are arranged such that if savored and read in order, the reader comes away with a love story. Conversely, each poem can stand alone as individual works that need no others to bookend it.
Her titles are well-thought out, skillfully descriptive, and temptingly provocative: “Igniting Flames,” “Edge of Ecstasy,” “Intoxicating Scent,” “On the Shelf”, “Do You Ever?”, and “Vulnerable,”. Each is touching and formidable, alluring and tempting invitations for readers to savor the verse.
A special thank you to two lovely ladies who promoted my book, Love Aflame, today.
Andra Watkins is one of my favorite authors. I admire her so much for what she has accomplished. She not only wrote a book about Meriwether Lewis, but then she walked the Natchez Trace and wrote about that. She is a remarkable author.
Katie Sullivan is a delightful blogger and author. Her book, Changelings: Into the Mist was released a short time ago. I fell in love with her characters and can’t wait for her next book.
Both of these ladies are worth following. Check them out.
I have put my soul into every poem and left pieces with the reader. I write poetry for those who don’t normally read poetry. I encourage lovers to share with each other these poems – read them aloud, leave the poems on your lover’s pillow.
The paper book will be available in a few days, but for now the Kindle version is available for download just in time for Valentine’s Day and your special celebration.
Sorry, that’s the extent of me being bi-lingual. I know, pretty lame. But I do want to say a heartfelt thank you to the following bloggers for posting about Love Aflame today.
If you don’t follow these particular bloggers, you should check them out – they are all great people. And if you still would like to participate in my blog blast (which will conclude on 2/4), please send me an email to pamela984 at yahoo dot com.
Kirsten – besides being a great friend, Kirsten is a poet herself and a very talented lady
Bette Stevens – Bette is an author herself and just released Dog Bone Soup last week – check it out!
Charles Yallowitz – Charles is the very talented author of the Legends of Windermere series and dedicated supporter of all bloggers/writers.
Helena Hann-Basquiat – Helena is everyone’s favorite dilettante and author of Memoirs of a Dilettante Volume One (with Volume Two coming soon!) and has a close connection to Jessica B. Bell, horror writer.
Seriously, check these wonderful people out – they will entertain you and amuse you for days, weeks, a lifetime.
…my, my, my, Mabel… super Lady, Susan Toy, Author of the terrific ‘Island in the Clouds’, has taken my breath away today with this unexpected You Tube clip about the re-launch by Crooked Cat Publishing for my Jack Calder crime thriller masterpiece, SAVAGE PAYBACK… just have a wee peek at this :
…I’ve said it so many times before and this underscores it… the fabulous Diaspora that constitutes the global quill-scapers family is simply THE BEST…
…tomorrow, January 27th, is the re-launch date, and here’s where it’s appearing on the Great GodAmazon links…see yeez later… LUV YEEZ!…
As many of you already know, this Friday, January 30th marks the release date for my debut novel, The Quest for the Holy Something or Other. Can I get a whoop whoop!
I’ve taken the entire day off work to host an online book launch party to celebrate with friends and fun! Virtual drinks all around! The more the merrier, so I’d like you to join me in the celebration.
Please click on this link to get started. It might tell you the site is not available if you’re not logged in or if we’re not friends. Feel free to send me a friend request and I’ll accept you right away so you can join the party. (Plus, I’ve been meaning to friend everyone here on Facebook anyway. I only recently decided to invite my online friends to join me on that site).