Tuesday Tidbits: End of an Era

An era? Isn’t that a bit dramatic? Well, I made you look, right? At the beginning of February, I received an email indicating that book one of my sci-fi trilogy was selected to be enrolled in Amazon’s Prime Reading program, meaning it would be available for free to any Prime members. After some research (makingContinue reading “Tuesday Tidbits: End of an Era”

Terse Verse Tuesday: Poems and Tirades

I like the convenience of eBooks, but they sure do mess up poetry, especially if you want to place pictures along with them. Formatting poetry is difficult enough in a word document. Often each page needs to be made into a new section if you want the text to be in a different configuration, butContinue reading “Terse Verse Tuesday: Poems and Tirades”

Terse Verse Tuesday: Poems and Tears

I made my beta readers cry. When I wrote the final two chapters of my trilogy, I admit I did tear up a bit. Chalk it up to investing two years with my characters and trying to come up with a fitting ending to a story that creates a satisfying conclusion. When I received theContinue reading “Terse Verse Tuesday: Poems and Tears”

Reblog: Archive Sunday – Another Chance to get it Right — Eugi’s Causerie

Toccoa River – McCaysville, Georgia years come and years go the old bridge traverses time birthing of futures Posting to my Yesterdays Ink series – original post in response to Reena’s Exploration Challenge – Week 67 -Eugi image source – personal property Archive Sunday – Another Chance to get it Right — Eugi’s Causerie I saw thisContinue reading “Reblog: Archive Sunday – Another Chance to get it Right — Eugi’s Causerie”

A Poem: Wishful Thinking

Just a quick thought this morning: Two days inAnd everything seems status quoFingers crossed and hopeful thoughtsOnly 363 days left to go -Leon Leon Stevens is a composer, artist, and author of two books (so far): Lines by Leon: Poems, Prose, and Pictures and The Knot at the End of the Rope and Other ShortContinue reading “A Poem: Wishful Thinking”