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Shards and Verses is G David Schwartz
and is wise and humorist
Just exactly like his sister is!
Hello, I was wondering if you review eBooks?
Can I submit a review of a book of poems that I have written and posted on my Face Book? Will that be considered as ‘already published?’ Regards
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It is on Amazon only and if you or other bloggers or readers want a free digital/Kindle version-check it out on Oct 23-24, 2015.
If you want to review it-please let me know when it posts!
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Its a really interesting blog you got here.
I’m reaching out to you to share that I am running a brand in Mumbai which is focused at bringing poets to the limelight. I publish books on poetry.
The name of my venture is – Poets’ Choice and the books can be searched by typing the same name on Amazon.
My actions are all for my poets. It’ll be my pleasure to connect otherwise with you.
Your work is truly inspiring!!!
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Thanks Akshay. I would love to connect with you.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for publishing “American Original” and the other poems within two days of my sending them to you. This has never happened to me before in 36 years of submitting verse.