Now until 9/23: SPRING’S FALL for $2.99
The story of one young man crossing the burning bridge between innocence and experience, Spring’s Fall is a narrative dramatic poem comprised of several stand-alone poems about fitting in and falling out, finding oneself and losing oneself, and discovering the meanings of life, love, and identity. An unusual but familiar coming-of-age narrative, Spring’s Fall is a poem written in an unfashionable style that represents both the uniqueness and awkwardness felt by many adolescents trying to find their place in a world seemingly made for everyone else but them. On sale for $2.99 for a limited time at Amazon.
New Cover for Wine Songs, Vinegar Verses
Wine Songs, Vinegar Verses has a new cover, designed by Phillip Gessert: Far more striking than the original cover, no?
Spring’s Fall via NoiseTrade
Fans of poetry (particularly my poetry) can now–for a limited time–check out Spring’s Fall for free* via NoiseTrade: Books.NoiseTrade.com/harambeegreysun/springs-fall *While you can download the entire book for free, a tip would be greatly appreciated. Please note that, if downloading via NoiseTrade, you will also be added to a mailing list so that you’ll be the first to know of my new releases. Of course, you can opt out at any time.
Last Chance… WIN a Signed Copy of Wine Songs, Vinegar Verses
If you’ve liked any of the poems you’ve read on this site over the past year, head over to Story Cartel to download a FREE electronic copy of my latest book of poetry: Wine Songs, Vinegar Verses. This FREE ebook will only be available for the next seven days. You are under no obligation to review the book, but if you do, you can submit your review to Story Cartel for a chance to win a signed copy of the softcover. Find out more details here: http://storycartel.com/books/443/wine-songs-vinegar-verses/
Now Available as an eBook: Wine Songs, Vinegar Verses
For only $2.99… Sometimes lovers enter a relationship with the best of intentions but wind up in a place far from love. Sometimes poets attempt love poems, simple and pure, but . . . Over breakfast, a husband trying to deny creeping out on his wife the previous night can’t help but give hints about the creepy things he really did. On a beach, a man minding his own business is accosted by a pretty woman before a strong tide embarrasses them both. A husband and wife debate over what to name a child conceived illicitly. A tone-deaf proposal for Read more…