Going to a book launch tonight. Julie Rice, author of PILZ, Camille Thompson, and Stacey Gustafson have stories in NOT YOUR MOTHER’S BOOK with the subtitle of Home Improvement. They will be reading from the book and I’m sure it will be fun. All three have a sense of humor that is reflected in their stories.
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The first place winners have been selected for my poetry contest with the theme, children. You can view their poems in the New Contest page on the menu of this blog. The Honorable Mention category is still being discussed but will be decided soon.
Okay, hear the drum roll? The first place award is a tie. Two winners share first place: Lani Longshore for “Armistice” and Julie K. Royce for “Questions”.
Details will follow in another post as well as the names of the poets who are awarded Honorable Mention.
Lilli calls her mom. Listen in on Lilli’s Talk and Thoughts. Click her own page on the top menu bar. Scroll down to last post.
J.K. Royce recently published PILZ, a sizzling crime thriller that will be FREE on the Kindle version of Amazondotcom this Labor Day Weekend, August 31-September 2.
Royce is a former Michigan Assistant Attorney General whose legal career exposed her to the dark side of the medical profession. PILZ is the name given by drug abusers to prescription drugs used for recreational purposes. Murder and betrayal in PILZ will leave you wondering how far to trust your family doctor.
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday it’s FREE on Kindle.
Lilli and J.K.Royce, author of PILZ, discuss addictions on the page at the top of the blog menu called “Lilli’s Talk and Thoughts”.
I attended a poetry workshop this morning with Julie K. Royce, author of PILZ, Paula Chinick, author of RED ASSCHER, and Carol McLean, poet and essayist. Glen Meisenheimer demonstrated how to write a poem in anapest and iambic meters. As a group, there were twelve of us, we wrote a joint poem for each and a limerick. Here is our anapest poem:
In the midst of the storm, I cannot see the light
I am cold, I am scared, I am lost in the night.
Will I languish in darkness or learn how to cope?
Yes, I know I’ll see morning, I’ll not give up hope.
Check out author, Julie Royce’s blog: Julie’s Write Place:
She humorously reports her CreateSpace publishing experience with her novel, PILZ