and the smoke from the fires in the hills roils the air like a fog. Most of the volunteers from our group/region went up to NSW to help out with their big fire/s (yes, multiple, but some joined up to make a bigger impact), so we had a few missing, and most of the others … Continue reading ‘Twas the Day After …
The question is part of a Newsletter sent out by a poet whose words I read regularly. Who reads poetry? Why? How do they find it? What is it about the poetry that appeals? Poetry is a field of words I don't work in much. I read it. Some of it is inspired. I like … Continue reading Who Reads Poetry?
Herja, Devastation came onto the scene last week, made her debut. This week, she's sitting pretty. #1 New Release in its main category on Amazon. Three other categories show her in the top 100. She's spectacular, stunning, a bright, shiny light, new and different. Nouveau Noir in poetry and prose. Have you seen her yet? … Continue reading A Stunning Feat
Each morning (after checking overnight emails, of course), I scroll through WP posts, and I saw these opening lines:There are so many things I'd like to write about but the truth is, I don't have the time. It's the same boat, but a different size. I'm not doing puzzles, just the tidying up and finalising … Continue reading Time, Please
Herja, Devastation The eBook comes out next week, the paperback later in the month. The legend of Valkyrie breathes, as Herja, Devastation, once wronged, aims her mortal agent at her enemies. This is the man who bears the tale of vengeance in service to a higher, eminently more noble being. He is her assassin and … Continue reading Next Week, the Valkyries Fly
Ever heard of Herja? You know, the Valkyrie sister! How about Frank Prem? He's the poet who's had his books listed as No. 1 on the Amazon sites a few times. Yes, a few times! And he's about to put out a new one later this month, too. Did I mention that Frank and I … Continue reading Nouveau Noir