Just a quick update today for the sake of my own amusement. In spite of knowing that it was most likely in a fairly niche category, and that these lists are updated so often that it doesn’t necessarily mean much in terms of actual numbers, I had to chuckle at the fact I will forever be able to say I was technically next to Shakespeare and Poe in a poetry bestsellers list. I’ll take it.
Well this was a nice surprise…
You can still get a copy of Seeking Solace on Kindle for FREE in celebration of National Poetry Day. Click here to find it on Amazon UK, or click here to find it on Amazon US. Huge thanks to anyone who has already done so, as well as to anyone who does so now or in the future.
Happy reading, and happy National Poetry Day!
Some lovely things people have had to say about my collection of poetry.
To coincide with both National Poetry Day on the 6th October and Indie Author Day on the 8th, my own collection of poetry will be available absolutely FREE on Kindle from today until the end of Saturday.
Seeking Solace contains 60 poems exploring universal themes in a bid to make poetry that is accessible and relatable. You can find it on Amazon UK by clicking here, and on Amazon US by clicking here. National Poetry Day is the ideal motivation to pick up some poetry, whether you normally do or not, and considering you can get mine for nothing, there’s really no excuse not to give it a try 😉
Huge thanks to anyone who picks up a copy. If you enjoy it, it would be lovely to hear your thoughts in a review; they really do make a writer’s world go round.
Best wishes, and happy reading!