Poetry Collection ‘Sickle Rose: The Lonely Era ‘ First Ebook Collection Available Soon


Dear Followers

Sometime back, I mentioned that I would be placing my 600 poems in a collection, dating between 1995 and 2005. It’s taken a while since I could get this project going, but now that I am working from home fulltime, I am able to finally get to it between completing Silent Hill: Obversion and adapting Lynette Greenfield’s novel ‘The Day it Rained Forever’ novel into film.

The collection will be called Sickle Rose, because I have a mild obsession with roses and their sickle thorns those days that represented everything I was going through emotionally as a teenager and young adolescent.

The collection is separated by what I called Eras of my life, different phases and relationships I went through. The first era was called The Lonely Era and when you read through it you will be able to see why. It contains about 53 poems from when I was 15 until I was almost 17 years old.

So that you don’t have to wait until the entire collection is complete, I will be releasing each Era in ebook form for you to enjoy, with the paperback being reserved for the entire collection. I will make an annoucement when pre-orders are available for the ebook. Keep your eyes open.

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Kind regards

Shaun M Jooste

Joint-Owner: AIR Entertainment
Director: Celenic Earth Publications
Author, Screenwriter, Gamewriter, Journalist

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