(10/13/2012 – This ebook is no longer available as a free download. But for $0.99 at Amazon.com or Smashwords, it is still a great bargain! The commentary [but not the poetry] has undergone revisions and the wonderful illustrations by CJ Tittle have been removed.)
I had no idea when I took part in National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo) this past April that it was going to be fun, educational, cathartic, inspirational, and tremendously fulfilling. But it was–so much so that I decided to compile the poems posted on the blog that month into an ebook called “30 Poems, 30 Days: Inside a Poet’s Mind,” with illustrations by blogging friend and amazing artist CJ Tittle.
In addition to the poems, I added never-before-seen commentary explaining my thoughts on each of them, such as what led me to write them and my interpretations. I think it provides some insight into the creative process and how it relates to just being human.
That’s a great value for free, so please, download and enjoy. Share the ebook with family, friends, and anyone you think would be interested. Click here for the pdf or here for the mobi file for Kindle and other ebook readers.
[Added 10-9-2011: “30 Poems 30 Days” is now available as a free download in various formats at Smashwords.]
Now that I know how to make a Kindle ebook, could an ebook with original poems be far behind?
© Sweepy Jean and Sweepy Jean Explores the (Webby) World, 2011