Here it is! The cover to my collection of poetry, which will be out this week:
Included are the poems I wrote over the course of many years. Long before starting my “Heart” series, I wrote hundreds of poems, which are nothing like my novels. I used to read some to my friends, but they’ve since been locked up and hidden away for a couple of decades. It’s about time I let them loose.
“Deep within the most guarded sections of the soul is a heartache, desperately begging for release. These poems provide that catharsis, that cleansing, essential for the greater happiness waiting around the corner with a welcoming embrace. Wring the tears out of the heart and start anew: take a dandelion, blow away the fuzz and make a wish.”
To see a preview, check out two poems I’ve posted on my blog. (For the most personal poetry, you’ll have to wait for the book to come out.)
See my author page on Amazon for links to my novels, The Religion of the Heart and Agony of the Heart.