Dread Sonnets

What is this crap?

I’m afraid I will not be posting a review tonight because I’ve been working the past several days on putting together an ebook to publish on Amazon; don’t worry, my next review will be coming soon. The book is called Dread Sonnets and it’s a book of horror poetry, specifically a sonnet sequence that explores various forms of fear, from surreal, abstract dread to visceral horror and disgust. The book is set to go up sometime tomorrow morning. For those of you who are groaning at the idea of buying my book of poetry, I plan on releasing it for free for five days, as soon as I can do so. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can still install the program on your computer for free and get Dread Sonnets for free. If the promise of a free ebook isn’t enough to entice you, I don’t know what will. Oh, and that adorable/creepy thing up there is the cover of my book. Who can guess what the central figure is supposed to be?

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~ by vincentwolfram on October 13, 2012.

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