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Kelli Green author
author blog, book blog, book review, books, indie author

“Elizabeth”/”May,” by Kelli Green (A Short Story/Book Review)

Here’s the thing… I don’t usually read novels. I can’t say I really read more than three in a single year and, as time goes on, I find myself more and more immersed in poetry, lyric essay, critical theory, memoir, and other forms. Something I do read slightly more occasionally, however, is the well-written short …

author blog, poetry blog

Book No. 7: Title and Cover Reveal!

July 24th, 2020 An anomaly, a release, a primarily poetic, partially memoiristic, and proudly queer coming out story of pain, regret, rage, anguish, and betrayal… In White Rose, her seventh published collection, author Ami J. Sanghvi tries something a little bit different with her poetry. She breaks her own rules and dares to dare for something …

ami j. sanghvi blog
author blog, blog, poetry blog

Private Poems Mostly, by Chris Mahan (A Book Review)

In an age where instant gratification is all the rage and accountability is a lost art, Christopher Mahan rises above the current social climate in his poetry collection, Private Poems Mostly. I found Mahan and his poetry through Twitter and discovered even more of it through his Patreon account. This is a man who lives …

indie author blog
author blog, blogger, book blog, photography blog, poetry blog, poetry blogger

Why Joining the Twitter #WritingCommunity and Becoming an Indie Author Are Two of the Best Decisions I Ever Made for Myself

One of my absolute favorite things about being an independent author is the level of transparency I’m able to have with my readership. I have the extraordinary privilege of involving my readers, potential readers, friends, family, followers, and sometimes even authors aspiring to go indie in every single step of my writing and publishing processes …

Ami J. Sanghvi
lifestyle blog, lifestyle blogger

A Social Distancing Mother’s Day Post

Since my mom doesn’t really do social media or blog posts, I’ll do my Mother’s Day post a little differently than I might otherwise. About a week and a half ago, I needed help getting my sleep schedule back on track (#quarantineproblems), and I’m a very heavy sleeper so my alarms weren’t helping much. Therefore, …

blood ink and roses blog
author blog, book blog

“Mumblings of a Fool,” by Momus Najmi (A Book Review)

I’ve been following Momus Najmi on Twitter and Instagram for some time now, and I’ve found his unique and insightful posts deeply refreshing in a sea of social media sameness. Najmi’s voice on social media is identical to his voice in Mumblings of a Fool: honest, fearless, wise, and unrelenting. He’s that person who speaks …