Made corrections and submitted for the second proof copy.
Today, I received the first proof copy of my new novel “The Lesser Talisman.“
A hint of sunshine And a touch of warmth brings out The ladies in shorts.
From a person who logs into Amazon as panopticon7: It’s not science fiction if the technology described is merely listed–to be science fiction, there needs to be an element of explanation; without explanation of any kind, whether through descriptions of use all the way through full expositions of actual or imagined physics, it is merely… Continue reading I found this as a comment to an Amazon review (of someone else’s novel)
The house is quiet, A hollow shell without joy Since our orange cat’s death
The Minstrel’s Song Come, fill your cup and listen to my tale, About a world long lost beyond the Veil, Where three moons hurry across the sky, And lives are ruled by bronze, and horse, and sail. A world where magic beasts, both great and small, Bring woe to him on whom their wrath befall;… Continue reading From soon to be published “The Lesser Talisman”
I’ll be reading a brief selection from “A Larger Universe.” I had hoped to be finished with “The Lesser Talisman” but alas….
Another Read Through3932 N Mississippi AvePortland, OR 97227http://www.anotherreadthrough.com My novel “A Larger Universe” ( http://www.amazon.com/dp/B003ZUY5YE ) and many other novels written by members of the Northwest Independent Writers Association, ( http://www.niwawriters.com/ )are available at the store.
Five syllables start A Haiku, then come seven, And then five again. Tradition be damned, I’ll do six, then six again, Then I’ll do seven. It sounds a little off, And rules can be so hard, But is it really Haiku? Who am I to say? Structure is so confining, It’s just poetry. I could… Continue reading On reading a “Haiku”