I set a goal last month to get 10 new reviews for each of my books. I didn’t get there, so I’ll put out the offer once again. Since it is National Poetry Month, I would like to submit my first book for consideration. So far it has been well received with an average rating on Goodreads of 4.27. (Lines by Leon: Poems, Prose, and Pictures)
“A sweetly exotic collection filled with understanding, perception, melancholy, and hope…”
– The Prairies Book Review
This book has words to encourage you, to make you laugh, and to invite you to reflect. With each chapter, a lens opens, revealing a different observation. -Leon Stevens
Published in January 2020, Lines by Leon: Poems, Prose, and Pictures is the debut book from author Leon Stevens. It is an eclectic mix of poetry, prose, and short stories that address the subjects of loss, struggle, human behavior, and environment in both humorous and thought-provoking ways. The author invites his readers to laugh, think, cry, and meditate on the wide variety of topics. Scattered throughout the book are sketches of various subjects, many that relate to the poems and stories they illustrate; others speak for themselves.
If you think you would be interested (it may be one of your reading challenges to read poetry) or you know someone who is, let me know and I’ll send you the review copy link. Feel free to repost.
If you wish, you can always purchase a copy:
Get your copy before April 30. Odds of winning? Pretty good.