Poetry, Sackets Harbor

Free Audiobook Promotion Codes!!!

Okay, so the quiz thing didn’t go so well last time. I don’t think I’ll try that again this time.

I still have some free promo codes for Day & Night: A Collection of Nature Poetry and for The History of Sackets Harbor, NY.

Give me a shout if your interested!

Have a great day!

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Poetry, Sackets Harbor

Audiobook Winner!!!

Mary C. of Watertown, NY answered both quiz questions correctly and wins free audiobooks of The History of Sackets Harbor, NY and Day & Night: A Collection of Nature Poetry! Congratulations, Mary and thanks for participating!

 

Poetry

Question #1 – Day and Night: A Collection of Nature Poetry

What is the scientific name for storm clouds?

A) cirrus, B) altostratus, C) cumulonimbus, D) mammatus

Please use the form below to submit your answer. Thanks you for participating!

General Updates

New Audiobooks Available!

On April 29, 2013, The History of Sackets Harbor, New York became available as an audiobook on audible.com.

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Audiobook cover

 

On May 1, 2013, Day & Night: A Collection of Nature Poetry became available on audible.com.

Audiobook Cover
Audiobook Cover

 

Both audiobooks will be available on Amazon and on iTunes within the next few days!

This is so exciting for me. When I started out writing it was for the pure enjoyment of creating something from my imagination and then later did I decide to publish. At the time, there was only traditional publishing available, or should I say that was all I knew of since I didn’t, yet, own a computer. But now there are so many avenues to publishing and in so many different formats it is unbelievable! It is so exciting to be an author at this day in age where the world of publishing is open to all formats of writing as well as many formats to publish your work in, allowing you to reach your audience in a shorter amount of time than by way of a traditional publisher. I am not trying to come down on traditional publishers here. I am just in awe…reflecting on the extent of changes in the publishing industry.

Well, I am off now. I have an article to work on and dinner to make!

God bless!