FINALLY, it is HERE! Khul Water’s eBook of Poetry! 19 poems of love, pain and life!

Khul Waters' Poetry Purple

Available to Select Customers (*) from my web site for the amazing price of just US $2.00.

Order your copy NOW! No, no, not later! By then, it will be too late!
The baby’s nappy can wait! Your hubbie and kids won’t starve in the next few minutes. What!? Oh well if that’s what you’re doing maybe go there in a few minutes… He won’t take longer than that, will he?!

Poetry Excerpt 1 Armchair 

(*) Select customers only because the US and Australian Governments narrowed my choices down to PayPal and only those customers who have a PayPal account. No credit cards for now I am sorry.

Poetry Excerpt 3 The Phone
But WAIT, there’s MORE…
This eBook comes in an exciting, colourful range of Formats. Choose between PDF PURPLE, ePUB EMERALD or MOBI MAGENTA.
Poetry Excerpt 4 Mantra
And, with each purchase you get to email ME (Yes, I knew you’d be excited about that!) telling me which format gets your phone pulsing or your reader raunchy or your computer cohabiting.
Get yours NOW before stocks run out!
(OK, well yes, I DO KNOW this is an eBook and can’t run out of print but I am trying to create a buyer frenzy here so cut me some slack, please!)

2 thoughts on “FINALLY, it is HERE! Khul Water’s eBook of Poetry! 19 poems of love, pain and life!

  1. Very good blog! Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring writers?
    I’m hoping to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you suggest starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many choices out there that I’m totally
    confused .. Any recommendations? Many thanks!


    • Hi Lorenzo.

      I’m no expert but I have figured out how WordPress works and am happy with what it does. There’s not a lot of flexibility with the titles but otherwise it’s good. You can drop in pics at the top or mid text, the preview function is good and you can send it to most other social media accounts with one click once you’ve set it up.

      As to writing tips that is difficult in any short form. But in reasonably short form

      1. Tell the story you want in the way you feel best expresses that story.

      2. Re-read it and then re-read it again and again for different purposes – spelling / punctuation / expression / other grammar faults; as a reader seeing if it is interesting and does have tension and resolution and a climax; for errors of sequence or character qualities or time and place.

      3. Then find a beta reader- someone who reads a LOT, not necessarily a pro unless you’ve got lots of money. Consider everything they say then decide to alter it or not.

      4. Find a pro editor. This is worth the money as they will know print conventions and see errors you’re blind to and advise you on strengths and weaknesses in your writing and your story. Consider carefully everything they say but you ARE the writer. Just remember they are the expert at editing so unless you have a good reason not to then follow their advice.

      5. Decide whether you will go Indie or seek a publisher. Both have pluses and minuses I can’t go into here.

      Hope this helps,
      Good luck with your writing…



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