Happy Holidays From the Lonely Author



Lonely Author Stockings Stuffers

Ugh. Not another fiasco. Last year it was my failed Christmas venture – The Lonely Author Glow in the Dark Yo-Yo (No Strings Attached).

Now my special toy for this holiday season won’t make the Kmart shelves. Yes, I am sorry to announce you won’t be finding The Lonely Author Action figures in your stockings this year.

To make it up to you, I will make a few recommendations.

Everything I Never Told You – Many of you already know Tosha Michelle, in case you don’t you, have to read her work. Ever since Lonely Author was a little boy he rooted for the underdog. Here is a brave, poetic Little Engine That Could entitled The Poem That Wanted to be a Rock Anthem. http://laliterati.com/2015/12/13/the-poem-that-wanted-to-be-a-rock-anthem/

Christina Strigas – Chrissy has a unique writing style; delightful feminine tough girl. Her words jump off the page. Being the King of my castle I have little affinity from strong female voices (Excuse me one second. Yes, dear.  Uh-huh. Can I do the breakfast dishes after I finish this post please? Thanks Snookums).  Here is a post from yesterday entitled Never. https://christinastrigas.wordpress.com/2015/12/21/never/

Love Letters Lost At Sea – I accidentally discovered this blog Saturday evening. She recently started re-blogging. She doesn’t have many poems posted yet, but they are all good. Here is a link to a small paragraph she wrote entitled Flaw. It is well worth your time. https://loveletterslostatsea.wordpress.com/2015/12/19/flawed/

Moonskittles – This is the most versatile writer I have ever met. She can write anything (and do it well). Her writing is brilliant and then surprise; this school teacher is one of the funniest person I have ever met. She’s made me cry more than the IRS. Do yourself a favor, you need to meet her. https://moonskittles.wordpress.com/

I hope you enjoy my suggestions.

Happy holidays

Keep smiling

Keep writing