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You, Me & Poetry

I’ve been gone for a while, I know. But just know that if you’re seeing me less, it only means I’m doing more!

As part of all of the things I’m doing–not only for myself, but for other authors too–is the introduction of my newest book: Love Letters to Heaven.

It’s a fully illustrated, full-color poetry book that touches on a lot of my insecurities as both a person and an author. I’m very sensitive about my poetry, ya’ll! Which, I know, I know, is a little ironic, but it’s true. Which explains why I haven’t written–well, published–one since Hysteria. Then again, Hysteria was a combination of poetry and short fiction.

Still, I’m excited about this release nonetheless, and I hope that you all enjoy! That’s going to wrap up any personal projects I have for the rest of this year, so I’ll be diving deeper into the awesome books that I’m in the process of publishing. I can’t believe this year is already coming to a close! Aren’t we all just a little bit thankful for it though? I mean, what more could happen in 2020, aside from the end of the world?

Speaking of, if you haven’t already, you should definitely check out my book: Girl, It Hasn’t Happened Yet! Which is a guide to navigating life with anxiety. I’ll definitely be making a separate post about that, but feel free to head on over the iWriteBooksPub.com to get a look at it in all it’s glory, as well as snag your copy of Love Letters to Heaven. Both are available in print in the iWB Store, and on digital from Amazon Kindle.

So, what are you waiting for? Get to it!

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