Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Twisty Christmas Tales...

 Yes, it's been a twisty old journey this year, but it's nice to see something come out of it all, and helping write and edit this book has been a really fun experience.  It's one of the many hush hush projects that have kept me busy - my only apology is it isn't poetry  &

for now it's just an ebook - but I have plans...

cheers,
A.J. Ponder 

Linkies


Amazon - Twisty Christmas Tales

Smashwords - Twisty Christmas Tales

phantomfeatherpress website

Blurb

What will Santa put under your tree this Christmas? A present that growls? A battered old bike? Or wings to fly?
Twisty Christmas Tales —ten crazy Christmas adventures for the whole family! Christmas in outer space or at the beach, carolling gone wrong, a strange elf creating havoc in Santa’s workshop, monsters running amok, and a junior mad scientist who turns Christmas into chaos.
Come along for the sleigh ride of your life, as these Twisty Tales weave their festive magic .
This Christmas anthology contains ten fantasy and science fiction short stories for children of all ages, written by three New Zealand award-winning authors, Peter Friend, Eileen Mueller, Alicia Ponder.









Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Tuesday Poem wherefore art thou

Not only have I mislaid  Tuesday -
But I've mislaid it twice, or more depending on your point of view.  To mak eit worse I've somehow managed to mislay the poem that I intended to post today as well....

So what is happening?

Well, I'm busy trying to get myself organised and submit stories and/or poems to anthologies.  There was Baby Teeth, not so long ago, and the lovely Eastbourne Anthology being launched on Thrusday 5th December (2013)

https://www.facebook.com/events/430058710450461/434193453370320/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity

So that's it folks, I like to think I can post through everything - even Christmas but seriously it's just impossible with so many things happening at the moment. There are at least two more anthologies I need to try my hand at - and Mike's having what will hopefully be a conclusive test at Wellingotn hospital that will enable him to get the correct treatment for his condition.

So, many appologies but this is going to be a long Christmas break.  Will be back in February - after I've moved house...

Look after yourselves,
missing the poetry...

cheers,

A.J.