Drawer for Wishes
Drawer For Wishes is a walking compendium of miscellany spanning several productive years. It's the odd bits of prose and posy that can’t find a home any place else. Partial digital ephemera with no solid foundation, it’s bytes, bits, and pieces that wound up in a single drawer, a Drawer for Wishes.
Still in the final collection, collation, and curation process or production, the varied collection will amuse some, amaze others, and a few people might be pissed off.
First Chapter, read aloud.
The collection spans at least two, maybe three websites, and includes some previously unreleased material. While technically not an astrology book, that material is infused within the work. For the astrological savvy, the clues are there. For the literate, a challenge, and for the rest of us? Good fun.
This is a collection of material, some old, some new, much refined, honed, and cleaned up (a little). There's at least one typo where the editor will lose the argument because I'm the author, and I have a right to assert my dominion over the material.
It's collection of related and unrelated stories, from micro-stories to a novella. Individually, none of the pieces are strong. There will be one that will annoy the reader. There will be one that thrills the reader. One that touches some part of the human heart.
Available at first only on Amazon's ubiquitous Kindle.
What early readers say:
"Your little book is so damn good,
I gotta come back to it and savor it..."
These are supposedly fictional, but I get the
distinct feeling they were written as if you are
sitting on a park bench or standing unobtrusively
in the shadows of life, wandering through the
imaginative thoughts of your mind.
Print-on-demand is available -- hopefully with a better cover than the tiny frame for the digital copy.
Think of it this text as a "White Album."