Pocket Dioramas

(Photo taken by me)

Strange Cars in the Night was my first real foray into the world of poetry. It was one of the most enjoyable things I’ve ever written and the second book that I’ve published. It kick started what I’m calling the ‘Pocket Diorama Series’ (for inquiries regarding dioramas or Dioramists or anything of the kind, please follow the link and the receptionist at the front desk would be glad to assist you).

When I was growing up, my favorite form of literature was pocket books. They were wondrous exposures to fiction, poetry, etc. in the form of a book that would fit right in your pocket to accompany you on whatever sort of travel your feet took heed to. To this day, it’s still one of my favorite ways to embrace literature.

(Photo by Pixabay)

The second book in this series is called A Declaration of Our Rippling Days, which is due to release on Amazon in a few weeks. Like Strange Cars, it is also a collection of poetry and the subject matter pertains to how in life, we as a mass of people ripple onward through the ages.

(Image by Pixabay, graphic by me)

On a continuous basis, we all experience ups and downs, highs and lows, peaks and valleys. It’s just the natural course of things and it’s found within every single grain of societal human sand. This collection will take the reader on a journey from rock bottom low to a redemption Cloud 9 high.

(Image by Pixabay)

Keep your eyes peeled for a release date and if you’re looking for some fun new reads, check out my two books on Amazon (links provided above for each). And of course feel free to share some feedback and let me know what you think! Have a great weekend writers and bookworms ✍️ 📚

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