Cover Art #dpchallenge #photography

  Can you imagine the cover art to your next book? I have- I even have the back picked out. The front is the smiling faces of Liberian children and the back is a the back of a sand filled canoe paddling away (also Liberian). What makes a good cover? I think if your cover can […]

To the Future and Back Again #poetry #childhood #dpchallenge

When as a child where did dreams with you fly? did you ride dragons  were you a double agent spy? * Did the Orient Express carry you in style?  were you philosophic  pondering life all the while * Did your nose always end in books where you followed wizards hobbits with the name of Took? […]

What’s Your: Perspective #photography #poetry

Looking from your side of reality what do you see? He sees books I see trees Does it matter the angle  require a dodge? Is perspective the viewer? the critic my dog? At Word Press Daily Post an excellent and fun prompt  Perspective

weekly-photo-challenge-layers #photography #poetry

Between the pages my words are captive you’ve seen them thousands of times but did you know they were mine? * My eyes seek Beyond the layers boxes, cubes flat and round plants, glass, concrete reaching for the sky * Reflection’s sea silence is frozen in a watery world today you are a mill tomorrow […]

Captivated by another place #poetry #photography

In the world of trees when not as high as your knees I sang a song nature sang along In storms and gales I’d raise the sails the salty mist was my first kiss by light of  books and art I’d play my harp and dream of places magnificent horse races the places I love […]

They were Pink #flashfiction #newcago #noir

They were pink,  moist and plump. Her eyes were violet and they sparked like firecrackers. ‘Oh Lily Baby…” “Stop you fool!” You can’t think about her; it will be your ruin and the city’s. *** It had to be here in her library. Lily had been the source keeper for OldCago. She had tried to […]

Tweetin’ Donuts and Social Media

“Twitter represents a gold mine of marketing possibilities, but the vast majority of firms haven’t figured out how to transform those 140-character tweets into sales.” (or so the folks  at portfolio.com are saying) Ok ~ I’ve been stressing that thousands of people aren’t buying my book (YET)! I realize I am not alone. Only 35% […]

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