A Love Poetry Trilogy. Covers revealed!

Frank Prem has new books of poetry coming out this year. The first one can be in your hands by Valentines Day.

Frank Prem Poetry

It’s possibly not wise for me to do this, but I get very excited when I hit a milestone, and I think that has now happened.

I’ve finished the format work for ebooks and paperbacks of the 3 books in A Love Poetry Trilogy, and am starting to schedule the releases.

That doesn’t mean that the contents are finalised – there is still content editing to be done, but the size and shape and look of the three collections is set now.

Walk Away Silver Heart is set for 14th February (Valentine’s Day) and can be pre-ordered now.

A Kiss For The Worthy has just been uploaded to Kindle and will be available for pre-order shortly, with a 3oth April release date.

Rescue and Redemption hasn’t been uploaded yet, but I’m aiming for 30th June release date.

The paperbacks will be released a month after the e-books.

I’m very…

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  1. Frank Prem says:

    Thanks so much for reblogging this, Li. It’s great personal moment, but I hope readers will enjoy the work as well.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      You are very welcome, Frank. I try to get the word out about your poetry whenever I can.

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  2. hanspostcard says:

    This is kind of off topic- sort of- but I recently found out that a Pulitzer Prize winning poet was from a town 15 minutes away from where I live–and his son also won a Pulitzer in the same category- James Wright and his son Fritz- the only father -son to win a Pulitzer same category. I don’t know why I never heard of this until recently.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      That’s very interesting. I just went to wikipedia and learned about James: hundreds of writers gathered annually for decades to pay tribute at the James Wright Poetry Festival held from 1981 through 2007 in Martins Ferry. Sounds like a poet I need to read some of, as he battled his fair share of demons. Thanks for the heads-up, Hans.

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      1. hanspostcard says:

        I guess they had the festival recently but won’t be having it this year. One of the workers at the library checked out a huge book which must have had all his poetry in it-

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  3. Hard work pays off after the inspiration.

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