Title: Catching Snowflakes And Other Poems Author: Victoria Zigler Genre: Poetry Publication date: 29th April 2017
Book blurb: “A collection of poems of different lengths and styles – some with a hint of humour, others of a more serious nature – exploring a variety of themes, such as animals, nature, emotions, and the world around us.”
I was delighted to receive the below review for my collection of poetry, “Refractions”:
“I was touched with the wisdom and the heart behind the words. To know that the beauty of the world and all its glory is not lost on anyone makes me humbled.
I read and enjoyed all of these works and each one touched me on a different level. I look forward to reading more from Kevin Morris”.
Thank you to the reviewer for taking the time to read and review “Refractions”, which is available, as an ebook in the Amazon Kindle store. For the review please visit, https://www.amazon.com/review/RR1WAIUSHF5PF/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01L5UC2H2.
A thought provoking article in today’s guardian (10 August 2015). The author argues that in a world subject to multiple online distractions the way in which we read books is changing. Readers now flick between messages from friends back to their ebook rather than, as in times past devoting their whole attention to a book. In effect our attention span is less than was the case prior to the proliferation of technology, particularly mobile devices. The author also contends that ebooks are changing the way in which authors write. For the article please visit, http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/aug/10/ebooks-are-changing-the-way-we-read-and-the-way-novelists-write?CMP=share_btn_link
In this collection of short stories I explore why young women enter the world of prostitution. In “The First Time”, the first story in this collection, we meet Becky a young graduate who enters the world of professional escorting to clear her debts. The story looks at the effects of prostitution on Becky and her fellow escort and friend Julie. Other stories explore what happens when the worlds of sex and technology collide. In “Hemlock” I explore what occurs when machines in the form of a beautiful young robot woman attain the capacity to appreciate high culture. For “The First Time” please visit http://www.waterstones.com/waterstonesweb/products/kevin+morris/the+first+time+28ebook29/9553853/