HELLOS AND THANK YOU’S

Hello Readers and Writers,

Just a little thank you to everyone who stopped by during National Poetry Month or NAPoWriMo. 30 poems in 30 days, I feel excited and exhausted all at once and really proud that you stopped by and spared me a moment to read my little meanderings. It really is a lovely feeling to know that people out there are reading what I write, even if it’s just something to help you fall asleep, whatever works.

Congratulations to all of you who also took part, I hope you feel as pleased with yourselves as I do and I certainly enjoyed reading your poems over the past month and look forward to see what you will all publish next.

I am now back to editing the almost completed first draft of my first fictional novel with building hopes that it will be worthy enough to find agent and publisher and a place somewhere out there on a bookshelf, now wouldn’t that a dream come true.

In the meantime, I will still be dropping by with some new postings. I am working on a set of short stories, little vignettes entitled Seen in Europe about a married couple and a single man travelling through Europe on holiday. They are short scenes, conversations, sometimes comedic, sometimes introspective that happen in little moments throughout their vacations. They are very short, short stories, so it won’t take you long to get through them, more flash fiction I guess, but I hope you stop by and give them a moment or two. Comments, critiques and likes are always welcomed.

In the meantime, Happy Days…

All artwork by Damien B. Donnelly

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