Monthly Archives: May 2014

Strings of Hope (Spoken Word)

Another spoken poem about Hope.

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Hope (spoken word)

Originally posted on Poetry by Pamela:
This was my contribution to Sunday Poets

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NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON KINDLE FOR $1.25! Book Blurb: Humanity has been driven into the wilderness by the ‘Invaders’. They have been forced to live as colonies in the wilderness where survival is a daily struggle. Hope becomes harder and … Continue reading

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Hero Teaser Debut: The 5th Champion! *Potential Spoilers After Read More*

This is the blog debut of the 5th Champion who will mentioned by name in future posts to allow me to continue marketing.  Now you’ll notice something different about this post.  I have it under all of the book categories … Continue reading

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Sunday Poets Is Now Open To Accept Your Reading and/or For Your Listening Pleasure

Originally posted on Views From A Poet:
A few days ago I posted that, each Sunday during June, I would be hosting poets reading their work.  I’m happy to say,   thanks to some help,  Sunday Poets is now open and…

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Hero Teaser Excerpt: Timoran Wrath the Noble Barbarian

Check out Timoran Wrath’s big debut in Legends of Windemere: Family of the Tri-Rune available on Amazon Kindle for $2.99.  *Potential Spoilers.  Hard to really explain on this one.* (Reminder that tomorrow is the first named debut of the 5th … Continue reading

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Sunday Poets – Call For Poets To Read

Originally posted on Views From A Poet:
Oh my goodness!  What am I doing?  So… A week or so ago I posted that I wanted to host a Sunday Poetry Reading for each Sunday in June.  A few poets have…

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