I was chatting with my best friend this morning and she asked why I never promote my books. Hmmmm, I think I just hate pushing them all the time. But it has been quite awhile since I’ve talked about them at all so maybe it is time to remind you all that I have three solo books and one joint venture that are available for the nominal fee of $.99 on Amazon. If you prefer paper books, those are available as well. I primarily write poems around love – life wouldn’t be any fun at all if we didn’t have love in our lives. But, as things happen sometimes, love can be unrequited or can turn to loneliness and angst of loss. So, my books and my poems tend to highlight both sides of love.
So, if you haven’t purchased one or more of my books, please do so today. As well, as spreading the word on my poetry. If enough people buy the books, maybe it will wake up my muse who has been in a coma for awhile now. Come on, let’s wake the muse – the books are inexpensive enough that you can buy the book and still have enough left over for Taco Bell. And they make amazing gifts for that special someone.
My first book, Dreams of Love, illustrates many different forms of poetry. The poems are short and easy to read.
My second book, Love: Lost and Found, highlights a deep, abiding love; it also highlights the despair and longing of a lost love. Again, these are short poems that are easy to read.
My third solo book, Love Aflame, is filled with short poems which are easy to read to your lover. These poems make great love notes when you are separated.
My collaborative book, Voices of Nature, was written with Kirsten and is divided by the four seasons. We were able to use various forms of poetry (which descriptions in the back of the book).