I was falling through the atmosphere on a cold November night thinking, everyone dies, so don’t tell me that everything’s going to be alright.
An eclectic collection of poems and short stories.
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These are beautiful peices - I especially love the one titled Freedom. This is the sort of book I would keep by the bedside and pick up and savour a bit at a time. Shelved for a few days!LizThe Cheech Room
This chapter one woman sounds just like me. I found your writing easy to read and engage with. I wanted to know even more about the MC.Thanks, Bec (Find Mark)
Hello Linda,There are some interesting poems in here, to be sure. I especially enjoyed Unknown Change and Myself. To me, poetry is often sharing your soul and I can see that you have done this. And your cover is quite beautiful. Best of luck.Zonda
Great first short story, it made me smile. I jumped ahead to some poetry and found it lovely. Some are short but you pack a lot into just a couple lines. I've never been that great at poetry and you make it seem so simple. And by that, I mean simple in a very good way. This was a nice break from all the novels and memoirs, for that I thank you. I'll remember this and come back when I need a distraction. A very nice collectionMissy
Ha ha, a funny and compelling first chapter! I have a grandparent who's done that, and more than once.A few spelling and grammar mistakes though - fifth paragraph, 'Tuesday's' should just be 'Tuesdays'; and sixth paragraph, it says 'I Fridays'.