Tag: reading

Meet the Author!

Hi! Hope everyone is enjoying the holidays. I’m in British Columbia visiting family, and very much looking forward to my first event in the province soon – a book signing for Strangely, Incredibly Good at Black Bond Books in Maple Ridge on Saturday, January 3 from 1-3 p.m. I can’t

Cheers to Readers & Reviewers!

As the holidays draw nearer, I’m feeling grateful for so many people in my life. I’ve had the chance to thank some in person already at festive gatherings, but have not yet thanked you readers. So (raising a glass) thank you so much for purchasing and reading my poetry and

Holiday Party & 20 Percent Off Morning Rain Publishing Books!

Hey guys! Hope all is well. For a limited time, you can get 20 percent off any Morning Rain Publishing Ebook by putting in the code XMAS20 at the Morning Rain Publishing website. 20 percent off Strangely, Incredibly Good and all other MRP ebooks? Great deal! On Thursday, December 11

Make That Strangely, Incredibly Good

‘A magical holiday read!’ ‘A page-turner!’ ‘A fun & feisty Bridget Jones for the digital age’ Make your next beach day Strangely, Incredibly Good Find it on Kobo & Kindle  Paperback copies via Paypal by contacting writer@hgrace.com

Do They Know It’s Christmas?

Hey gang. Great news: Until Dec. 31, 2012, Where the Butterflies Go (my first poetry collection) and The Friends I’ve Never Met (my most recent work ) will be reduced to $1.99 on Kindle. That means I make a little less than $1 a book – but instead of donating

Interview with a Poet: mark Stratton

mark Stratton is an American poet and writer living in Columbia, MO with his wife and three cats.  His poems have appeared in The River Paper, The American Zig-Zag Volume One (and forthcoming in Volume Two), MediaVirus Magazine and Four and Twenty. My first question for mark was one that

Interview with a Poet: Kris Bigalk

Welcome to my new series: Interview with a Poet. My aim with this series is to introduce you to a handful of the hundreds of talented poets I’ve had the pleasure of meeting – both online and in person – in recent years. Good poetry should be shared, and every