But I do have a FREE BOOK for you!
My son’s tribute to Ferlinghetti:
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I’m hoping that by Saturday afternoon my book of poetry, Poems of Love and Hate, will be available for your Kindle! Yes! I’ll post a link as soon as the book is up. (Should be active now.)
I could not have completed this small yet gargantuan task without the help of J. W. Manus. First, she created the cover. Second, her persistence is beyond belief; poetry is tough to format for an ereader.
Plus my short Cougarish short story, You Might Just Get It, is free from March 10-15. If you have a Kindle, please enjoy.
Kate has locked herself out of her new apartment building for the third time in a week. She’s on the stoop in the rain, barefoot, shivering and soaked to the skin. Her neighbor, Eric, arrives home in the nick of time and lets her in. That’s twice now he’s saved the day. When he invites her for a quick supper, how can she say no?
Eric has been waiting for an opportunity to get to know Kate. His kitchen window faces hers across the courtyard and he noticed her right away. How could he not, with her lovely halo of short curls and her beautiful smile? When he finds her stranded on the stoop, he gets to play the hero. When she agrees to his dinner invitation, he hopes he’ll get to play a lot more than that.
I am reading two, count ‘em, two dynamite books – Sunshine, by Robin McKinley… which I am totally excited about, and Coming of Age in Mississippi, by Anne Moody. I hear this nonfiction book is great, and it will help assuage some of my disappointment with The Help.