Delilah Night is a highly talented writer, and I was honored to be a beta reader for this delightfully naughty pirate tale. I can’t tell you much, of course — sworn to secrecy by the blood of Long John Silver! — but it’s a great read, with a plucky and strong heroine that you’ll just love, and a hero — or antihero? — who’ll get your juices going.
Serena is always a source of inspiration to me, and here with “Desert Moon” once again she does not disappoint. I know quite a few of you follow her work already, but just in case you don’t, you should really give her poetry site, “MsTranquility,” a look. Serena writes from her heart, and you can sense her soul in her words.
As most of you know, I’m fairly new at this blogging thing. What do you think, is it just a passing fad? No, you’re right, it’s here to stay a while, isn’t it? Well, if you’re considering blogging, you might look over this list. If you’re already blogging, you might look over this list. Paul (not Alfred — he can explain it better than I can) perfectly captures the essence, in beautifully satirical style, of the new (or perhaps even old) blogger’s life. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to go check my statistics. 😉
The highly talented Charlotte Cuevas has been writing a poem a day, every day, for the past year, and you could do far worse than to read her delightful musings. She is also on the cusp of publishing a “greatest hits” of sorts of her work, which is very exciting! Here, in this piece, her second to last of her “365 Poetry Project,” she becomes a meta-poet, waxing rhapsodic in “funky” poetic voice about the art of poetry, and indeed all writing, itself. Because “people ain’t zombies, they don’t want y’brain, but they do wanna walk in y’shoes, and if you do ’em right with y’funky-fresh heart, they they’ll do right by you.” Here’s to hoping Charlotte is right — I think she is — and letting the reader walk in our funky shoes!