I’ve been working more on professional book reviews for Realistic Poetry International than the ones I do for pleasure lately. (They are amazing people to work with, by the way, and very welcoming towards indie creators – something truly valuable given the current state of the publishing world!) I haven’t been in much of a spirit to write any reviews for books I’ve read. I don’t feel like there’s been much demand to necessitate rushing them out or anything. But, I’ve finally got a few of them stored up, so here are some to expect.
- Lord of the Flies by William Golding
- A Time to Dance by Padma Venkatraman
- No Place Like Oz by Danielle Paige
- More Lovecraft Reviews, including The Colour Out of Space
- The Mad and the Bad by Jean-Patrick Manchette
And a handful of others I haven’t decided on. But, since we’re on a roll with listing things, I have updated this blog’s bookshelf to include all thirteen entries in my upcoming poetry series. #0 through #4 are more or less finished, they only lack covers and well, being properly published. I have rough versions of #5 and #6, but are not sure of their titles or official content or genre. All of the entries fall into either contemporary or experimental poetry, that could be considered darker or lighter. Anyway, here is the upcoming list for those.
- #0 – Absolute Heaven – A newer edition and paperback should arrive in April. There is a Kindle version on Amazon that won’t change much, save for a better cover.
- #1 – Cosmic Love – In eBook formats around April 16th-21st, a print version slightly after.
- #2 – Blood Ballet – Will likely come out around the same time in both formats.
- #3 – Infinite Summer – Estimated publication April 16th-May 1st.
- #4 – MHz – Estimated publication April 21st-May 8th.